Posts Tagged ‘genius development’

The Universal Key to Success

In college at orientation, while I was standing in lines to sign up for my classes, I noticed two different beautiful girls standing in their own lines. They were unbelievably gorgeous. In other words, they were the kind of girls that I had no shot at dating. I had a good Sense of Humor (genius…

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5 Steps to Unlocking a Genius Trait

Anyone who has read through the 24 characteristics of geniuses has probably paused at one of those traits and thought to themselves, “Okay. There it is. I’m never going to be a genius.” They found a characteristic that they knew they did not have, and they knew they were never going to get it either.…

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Are You Willing to Change Your Mind?

The biggest reason some people hesitate to do our genius training is, quite frankly, they don’t believe us. By that I mean, they don’t think it’s possible that we can train everyone to operate as geniuses. My guess is that they think they may be one of the people that we can’t help to become…

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Beware the Antigenius

There are a few reasons why children stop using their own inborn genius traits. One of the main reasons is the Antigenius (pronounced ˈan-tə-jēn-yəs). The word antigenius is usually used as an adjective to describe conduct. When we refer to antigenius behavior, we are simply referring to conduct that is the opposite of the genius trait…

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A Better Way to a Happy Employee

There are a lot of HR experts talking about ways to improve employee engagement or the employee experience to make employees happier. All the different ways I’ve read about online have some workability. However, what they all lack is durability. For example, I’ve seen that a lot of culture experts are preaching appreciation or recognition…

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Rule #1: Make ’Em Laugh

When I was seven years old my parents got a divorce. It took me years to figure out how much that affected me but, in the moment, I really didn’t think much about it. At least the yelling stopped. But before that momentous occasion, when I was six, another thing happened that probably had more…

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Living with No Fear

One of the biggest regrets I ever had in my life was walking away from a fight back in high school. Although later that year, I took on the biggest tough guy in school (who had been expelled from several other high schools) and got the better of him, the fight I walked away from…

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