Michael J. Gelb, creativity guru and best-selling author of HOW TO THINK LIKE LEONARDO DA VINCI, presents the ultimate guide to learning from history's all-star genius dream team. Everyone has the potential for genius, according to Michael J. Gelb. He's dedicated his life to helping others develop that potential with best selling audio programmes like MIND MAPPING and PUTTING YOUR CREATIVE GENIUS TO WORK, and his best selling HOW TO THINK LIKE LEONARDO DA VINCI book and workbook. The full expression of our unique genius doesn't come without effort, however, and in DISCOVER YOUR GENIUS, Gelb draws upon a well-spring of imagination from the minds of ten of history's greatest geniuses to show readers how to unleash their own creativity through mental play. Searching for the most world-shaking ideas, discoveries and innovations, Gelb assembled a "genius dream team" made up of: Plato, Filippo Brunelleschi, Christopher Columbus, Nicholas Copernicus, Queen Elizabeth I, William Shakespeare, Thomas Jefferson, Charles Darwin, Mahatma Gandhi, and Albert Einstein.Each member embodies a special "Genius" characteristic, ranging from a love of wisdom to emotional intelligence to the ability to wield power with balance and effectiveness, that the reader is invited to integrate into daily life. Dedicating a section for each genius, Gelb presents: *a brief biography illustrating the key principle at work in each genius's life *a self-assessment test to gauge how each principle is working in the reader's life *s series of practical and vibrant exercises to develop each principle fully A passionate student of the nature of genius, Michael J. Gelb brings a vibrant personality and authoritative message certain to make DISCOVER YOUR GENIUS a phenomenal seller.
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Book Description Harper, 2002. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Imagine unleashing your creativity by letting your imagination enjoy the benefits of the type of mental play that helped inspire the theory of relativity. Or evaluating your business climate with the combination of keen observation and an open mind that yielded the theory of evolution. Or navigating your life path with the same love of knowledge and truth that spawned all of Western philosophy. The individuals behind these revolutions of thought live on in our collective memory as models for tackling the challenges that lie ahead. The difference between your mind and theirs is smaller than you think, and is determined less by inborn capacity than by passion, focus, and strategy -- all of which are yours to develop.Everyone has the potential for genius. The full expression of your unique genius awaits you in these pages! In "Discover Your Genius," Michael J. Gelb draws upon the wellspring of history's most revolutionary minds to guide you to unleash your own creativity through mental play. Searching for the most world- shaking ideas, discoveries, and innovations, Gelb assembled a "genius dream team" comprising ten individuals, each of whom embodies a special "genius" characteristic that you are invited to integrate into daily life. They are: Plato-Deepening your love of wisdom Filippo Brunelleschi-Expanding your perspective Christopher Columbus-Going perpendicular: strengthening your vision, optimism, and courage Nicholas Copernicus-Reorganizing your visi. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0066213762
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