YOU WERE BORN A CREATIVE GENIUS.
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WOULD YOUR LIFE BE DIFFERENT
IF YOU WERE A GENIUS?
From all the geniuses in the world, there’s one you should know more about. You.
Genius is inborn—it’s in every person. You have the capability of reasoning like one, acting like one, living like one. This is not wishful thinking; it’s what genius means.
Words matter—we use them to communicate. So, let’s look into the word genius, its origin and meaning. Then, we can start building on genius.
The word genius is made up of gen- and -ius. Gen- means “that which produces or causes”, while -ius means “made of or belonging to.” Just as genes produce the body, or to generate means to cause something to come about, genius is that which creates and produces.
Robert Duggan, Genius Inc. founder, sums it up this way:
The Oxford dictionary defines it as “showing unusually great intelligence, skill or artistic ability.” Looking further into the origin of the word, we see that it also means an “innate, inborn, inherent characteristic.”
These definitions work together to establish the true meaning of genius. This puts genius at reach and makes it practical. It explains why, when you develop your inborn genius characteristics, you can be extraordinary.
Genius Inc. is here to help you discover and develop your inner genius ability so that you can be a more able and competent version of yourself.
If you’ve ever dreamed of greatness, here’s where you start to make it happen.
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THE 24 CHARACTERISTICS
OF SUCCESSFUL GENIUSES
Genius is based on a number, but it’s not an IQ score. It’s based on 24 personality traits.
Dr. Alfred Barrios, a psychologist, studied the world’s ultimate geniuses and discovered that they all have specific characteristics in common, these are The 24 Characteristics of Geniuses.
Bob Duggan studied these characteristics in depth. When he realized that we are all born geniuses he immediately put this newfound knowledge to use. With it, he has boosted his success and has helped millions of people.
Just as Bob and many renowned geniuses have applied these characteristics to their fields, you too can apply them to any area of life.
What you do counts. Use all your genius potential to make a difference for the better; for you and for those around you. At Genius Inc. we know it can be done, countless success stories prove it, and you can do it too.
MEET THE MAN BEHIND
GENIUS INC: ROBERT DUGGAN
Robert (Bob) Duggan is the founder of Genius Inc., an innovator, entrepreneur, humanitarian and surfer. He is one of America’s leading entrepreneurs and the recipient of numerous recognitions for his support to many humanitarian activities—including worldwide literacy programs and disaster relief efforts. His business and personal actions are driven by his desire to make a difference for the better.
In one of his previous companies, Pharmacyclics, Bob led the development of a patient-friendly cancer medicine which continues to save lives today. When Bob became the CEO in February 2009, the company’s market value had decreased to a low of $15 million, had spent $350 million in research, and didn’t have a workable cancer medicine. In the following six years, Bob successfully grew the company from 45 to 700 employees, and negotiated the sale of the company in 2015 for $21 billion.
Bob trained all employees on The 24 Characteristics of Geniuses. People were so engaged with the training, that they would come back to Bob asking for materials to take home and share with their relatives and friends. The company grew and productivity improved because of it. When he sold the the company, many had become millionaires and geniuses.
These characteristics, and all the materials that help you develop them, are now available from Genius Inc.
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