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  • Richard shared from Nikola Tesla: Imagination and the Man That Invented the 20th Century by Sean Patrick
    So, what does all this tell us? First, that the seed of greatness exists in every human being. Whether it sprouts or not is our choice. Second, that there are no such things as natural-born under- or overachievers—there are simply people that tap into their true potentials and people that don’t. What is generally recognized as “great talent” is, in almost all cases, nothing more than the outward manifestations of an unwavering dedication to a process.
  • Richard shared from Nikola Tesla: Imagination and the Man That Invented the 20th Century by Sean Patrick
    So, what does all this tell us? First, that the seed of greatness exists in every human being. Whether it sprouts or not is our choice. Second, that there are no such things as natural-born under- or overachievers—there are simply people that tap into their true potentials and people that don’t. What is generally recognized as “great talent” is, in almost all cases, nothing more than the outward manifestations of an unwavering dedication to a process.
  • Richard shared from Nikola Tesla: Imagination and the Man That Invented the 20th Century by Sean Patrick
    While many theories were put forth, there was one common factor that researchers recognized in all great performers: they practiced so hard and intensely that it hurt.
  • Richard shared from How to Win at the Sport of Business: If I Can Do It, You Can Do It by Mark Cuban
    Note: Interesting quick read from a dammed successful businessman. Advice boiled do in simple terms.
  • Richard shared from a Personal Document
    Put a contact number on your iPhone lock screen: If you lock your iPhone, you can still give people a way to contact you should you become separated from your smartphone. Just create a custom image featuring additional contact information in your favorite image editor. Make a new, 320x480 pixel image. Add your contact information to the image. Save the image as a GIF, JPG, or PNG. Email it to yourself. Open the email on your iPhone, and tap and hold on the image. Choose Save Image from the menu that appears. Launch the Photos app, tap your newly-added image, and tap the arrow icon. Tap Use as...
    Note: hmm good idea
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