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As brilliant as Einstein - How to unleash your personal genius with Albert Einstein's thought patterns - cover

As brilliant as Einstein - How to unleash your personal genius with Albert Einstein's thought patterns

Stefano Calicchio

Publisher: Stefano Calicchio

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Summary

What characterises the intelligence of a genius? How can you unleash your personal genius? What special skills can be developed by following Albert Einstein's example?

This handbook is born out of a desire to offer practical answers to these questions. Genius is inherent at a potential level in the very physiological structure of the human brain. Scientific research in recent decades has demonstrated the plasticity of the human mind and the enormous potential of our intelligence. The intellectual resources we do not use are enormous. Our ability to unleash insights, to look at problems we face from a different angle and to find new solutions is literally infinite. Decades of research into intelligence and the thought patterns used by Albert Einstein have shown that it is possible to increase one's intelligence and use the mind to access mental resources in a different way, to find insights and solutions that would otherwise remain dormant.
The tools and strategies described are intended to introduce people to Einstein's thought processes. But this book is also a personal path to start thinking differently and to make genius part of one's daily life. 

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