If you’re constantly being told to “settle on one thing,” informed that you should “finish what you start”, and fed that biggest of lies, “Jack of All Trades, Master of None”, The Leonardo Trait is for you. If you are ready to embrace your creative nature, focus on all your interests in a way that works for you, and become a Jack of all Trades and master of ALL, The Leonardo Trait audiobook is for you. If you’re ready to maximize your creativity, and your life, to create a life of abundance, to become more of who you were meant to be, The Leonardo Trait is for you.
The Leonardo Trait introduces, expands on and coaches readers through living the idea that profound creativity, multiple passions, and saying yes to everything and to life are incredibly normal and not an aberration. While not everyone shares this way of thinking and living, many people do - and The Leonardo Trait is a user manual for these people and the sometimes frazzled and confused “Straight Liners” who love them.
The Leonardo Trait is an audiobook for creative people who feel that their creativity is not just unusual, but bizarre, or even sometimes a little crazy. These are the people who are embarrassed by their brains at times - and there are far more of these people than “Straight Liners” realize. We recognize each other, and we’re always relieved to know we’re not alone. That’s the purpose of The Leonardo Trait, in fact - just to say, “You’re not alone and there’s nothing wrong with you.”
Angie Dixon has done a huge number of things, from working at McDonald’s to running award-winning websites to photographing pets, and everything in between. However, for nearly five years she has focused most of her time and attention on developing the ideas in The Leonardo Trait, and writing the second edition of this audiobook.
©2008 - 2014 Angie Dixon (P)2014 Angie Dixon
It's probably appropriate that this was an audio book on a device I haven't fully mastered yet because I might not have finished it otherwise. It was informal to a near internet forum degree but if you stick with it you will find many nuggets of good life advice and information and that's the most one can expect from any book.
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