Reblog: Everybody has the ability to exhibit some form of genius

Motivation & Environment

The next time you see a picture of your role model—Albert Einstein, Martin Luther King Jr., Sir Isaac Newton, or any great person who ever lived in the past—realize that you can always reach the level they attained—you can even surpass it.

You don’t have to be good with mathematics, physics, basketball, or a specific field or specialty in order to experience what people sometimes call a “genius level of thinking”.

To be a genius at what you love doing, regularly exercise your imagination

Follow your heart, and don’t try to follow the path of other people you idolize just because they are outstanding geniuses. Although it is very important to have role models sources of inspiration, it is much more important to follow your own path, and be persistent and creative in exercising your imagination.

If you exercise your imagination conscientiously, you will unfold your inner genius or unlimited…

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