5 Features of The World’s Geniuses that Can Show You the Way to Success

Sep 4 07:39 2016 Janet Davie Smith Print This Article

When we watch or read about people famous for doing incredible things, we have two thoughts in mind, the first one is that they are (or were) super-human, and the second one is whether we could do something like that.  Obviously, everybody of them had a talent. But they had some other characteristics that helped them to reach success. Those people who managed to develop their minds and directed them towards certain goals we call geniuses. We can learn much from them replicating their attitudes, habits and behaviors. So, here is a list of 5 features of the world’s greatest minds.

  1. An obsession with the field of interest

The greatest minds have one thing in common. They don’t have fleeting interests in whatever they’re working on.

In fact,Guest Posting outstanding people from Michelangelo to Beethoven, from Charles Dickens to Nikola Tesla, and even Michael Jackson were all believed to have suffered from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder!

Of course, it would be pure stupidity to conclude that OCD is a guarantee of success and start developing it. We just want to say that geniuses put all their efforts in order to bring their ideas to life. Always be passionate about your goal!

  1. A strong belief in a higher purpose

If a person believes that there is a higher purpose in all of this, he becomes capable of tremendous feats. This belief, whatever it might be, motivates a person to move toward his ultimate goal. And if your purpose is stronger than you and your own ego, it can inspire you to reach greater heights.

Driven by a desire to invent a device that would have helped his deaf mother to hear, Alexander Graham Bell became one of the greatest and most productive inventors of his time.

  1. Monk-like focus

With a higher purpose guiding their ideas and a pinpoint focus on their field of interest, geniuses are able to create clear goals, follow them, and run the course without getting caught off the track.

Intense focus also helps to ignore someone else’s opinion. Steve Jobs, for example, had incredible focus. He was involved in Zen Buddhism, and it was said that “focus and simplicity” was one of his favorite mantras. Jobs has never been influenced by criticism. Being fired from the company he had built himself, he preserved his own vision and was re-hired later to create the culture-shifting Apple everybody knows today.

  1. The curiosity of a child

Children absorb information like a sponge. Sometimes curiosity doesn’t let the mind rest even in adulthood. Use your innate curiosity and try to look at the world through the eyes of a child. You might see the links you’ve never noticed before. With more playful and soft attitude you will come up with more creative and vibrant ideas.

  1. They keep a journal with them constantly

The world’s greatest minds put their thoughts on paper. Everyone from Benjamin Franklin to Winston Churchill, Virginia Woolf to Frida Kahlo, John D. Rockefeller to John Adams, all kept a journal.

This is a way to refine the ideas, separate the valuable from worthless, and find out possible suggestions.

Try these methods and you will definitely see the benefits!



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Janet Davie Smith
Janet Davie Smith

Janet Davie Smith is a freelance writer with a collection of blogs and websites she maintains, some of which are education oriented. You can read her work at this new educational project. Janet is passionate about Internet marketing and freelance writing pursuits of all kinds. 

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