“If you apply yourself to study you will avoid all boredom with life, you will not long for night because you are sick of daylight, you will be neither a burden to yourself nor useless to others, you will attract many to become your friends and the finest people will flock about you.”
…“The Genius in All of Us”, says anyone has the potential for genius or, at the very least, greatness. The key is to let go of the myth that giftedness is innate. “You have to want it, want it so bad you will never give up, so bad that you are ready to sacrifice time, money, sleep, friendships, even your reputation,” he writes.
Until then, I’m trying to expand people’s perspectives by stretching what they know. It’s why I’ve created an easier & more fun way to help understand how the world works — called Scoops. Visit it here, and you may sound smarter at dinner tonight.