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The Genius of Obsession

Legend (or fact) has it that Albert Einstein stumbled on the Theory of Relativity when he spied the clock in a public square. Actually, “stumbling” is the wrong word. If Einstein had not been thinking about mysteries of the universe, seeing the clock would not have meant anything to him. But Einstein had a deep […]

The Genius You’re Not Seeing

Let’s play a quick little game. How many times does the letter ‘f’ appear in the following sentence? “Finished files are the result of years of scientific study combined with the experience of many years.” Did you count correctly? Many people do not. Many people see three. The correct answer comes below. This simple test […]

The Genius of Action

Genius is about action. Everyone gets great ideas. Hardly anyone follows up on them.

Unlocking Your Genius

Genius is accessible to anyone. It’s nothing more than asking the right question and spending the rest of your life trying to find the answer.

How You Can Become a Genius

Here’s a big helping of pi. It’s a video of a man reciting pi to thousands of places. You could do it, too, if you wanted to. If the reward were big enough. These thoughts come to mind on Pi Day, March 14, otherwise known as 3/14, the first three digits of pi. The man […]