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Think like a child. Be grateful lik a child. Happy like a child. Embrace a kind of childishness. View the world from the eyes of a child.

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The Hidden Habits of Genius

The Hidden Habits of Genius

by Craig Wright

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It takes a lot of time to become young.

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Take, for example, the entries on Leonardo’s to-do list for a single day in Milan. His tasks included calculating the area of the city and its suburbs; finding a book describing the area’s churches...

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Many of the greatest geniuses go to great lengths to minimize disruptions while they work.

The Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy made a habit of locking the door while he wrote. Vladimir Nabokov w...

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There are some rules which need to be broken. Dare to break them. Dare to face the opposition.

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There is no genius without a touch of madness. In fact, genius people are 20 to 30 times more possible to have a mental disease. But they don't fear this, they look for the good in these situation...

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The opposite of hard work and concentration is needed to be done too. Relax could mean taking a shower, lying on a couch, cycling, leisurely walk. That's where the ideas 'kick' in.

Walking pl...

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I've added all the essential exercises mentioned in the book in the stash below. These mindful exercises and certain questions which you can ask yourself are indeed a gem and definitely must be included in your existing mindfulness practice or journaling habit for a more enhanced overall development. A ONE-STOP SOLUTION INDEED!

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