If you’d like to know what some of history’s greatest thinkers and achievers can teach you about awakening your inner genius, and how to find, follow, and fulfill your journey to greatness, then you want to read this book today.
You can score in the highest ranges of IQ...and fail to succeed in life. You can work incredibly hard...and never realize your dreams. You can stumble across beautiful opportunities...only to watch them wither and die.
There’s something else—something considered unfathomable by many—that lies behind greatness. And in Awakening Your Inner Genius, you’re going to be taken on an adventure to discover what that is, and how you can use it to transform your life.
You see, genius is a path, not a gift. Studies of history’s greatest geniuses have shown that there is a “genius code,” if you will. A combination of very specific traits that we can develop in ourselves, and thus, operate at a genius level.
In this book, you’re going to learn things like…
Imagine for a moment how this could change your life.
If you dream of escaping the nine-to-five and striking out on your own, imagine if you knew with certainty that you would succeed.
If you don’t like where some aspect of humanity is going, imagine if you could do something amazing about it.
If you have a stubborn desire to reach out into our culture and write “I was here,” imagine if nothing could stop you.
So, is the journey to genius right for you? Well, ask yourself the following questions.
If these questions ignite a spark of curiosity in you, then empower yourself to explore their meaning and magnitude.
Read this book today and discover what it really takes to find and follow your bliss, and how to use the lessons passed down to us by some of history’s greatest geniuses to systematically rise to top of your fields, activities, and endeavors.
©2014 Sean Patrick (P)2014 Sean Patrick
I haven't studied history as much as I'd like and Sean adds great context by paralleling famous individuals accomplishments with life lessons that are truly timeless and unfortunately under-rated in modern society.
Educational, informative, helpful
Learning about how cut throat, and sometimes even evil the trials were that led many great people to their greatness.
It was a good learning experience.
Personality: Intellectually Driven
A conglomeration of good information on historical figures, highlighting the traits that the author referred to cause genius. Instructive, educational, entertaining and inspiring!
I'm pretty convinced that I'm going to listen this this audio book aging sometime in the future.
I tend to forget my 'drive' for what I want to do with my life, so therefore I hope that this book can 're-awaken' that drive whenever it has died out.
I think the book inspires the listener to do great things with their life.
It tells you what the greatest geniuses in history did with their lives, and how they reached their 'genious' status.
The voice actor for this book was amazing!
Very calm and fluent
How to become a little smarter.
I would certainly recommend this book to a friend. The historic perspective of genius is a great starting point for finding ways to enhance and improve your life. The case-study format of the stories in this book presented a profound perspective, and one that would benefit any reader.
I love Leonardo, and obsesses over anything I can learn about him. But in this book, the historic figure I most resonated with is Alexander. His exploits were amazing, and the story of his death was tragic. Losing purpose was his downfall. That's a lesson to remember.
There was a rhythmic timbre to his reading that kept me engaged.
The story of Alexander's death, after losing his purpose, was powerful.
I found this book inspiring. I read obsessively about geniuses, in an effort to gleam anything I can from how they think and work, so I can apply those ideas to my own life. I have my own personal Top 5 list of geniuses, and this book covered all of them, plus a few I'll now obsess over.
Though I thought it was a little light on "action steps," I actually loved the approach of presenting historic figures in a sort of "case study" format. I learned a great deal about the lives of these geniuses, and I believe I can apply what I've learned to my daily life.
Very enjoyable read. Very inspirational. And very much a must-have for your personal improvement library.
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