Peter Hollins

Genius Thinking

Learn from some of the greatest thinkers in history. Study their patterns and stand on the shoulders of giants.

How does one think like a genius? Is there a set definition for this? Well, no. But if you study the greats, you’re bound to learn something.

Learn the five “genius traits” and how to apply them in your daily life.

Think Like a Genius is a look through time and history. We climb into a time travel machine and examine flashpoints in the lives of famous geniuses. They are all household names, and now you can better understand what made them tick.

Learn their traits, absorb their techniques, and forge your own path of genius to accomplish whatever you set your mind to.

Walk away with a framework of how to simply think better.

Nick Trenton grew up in rural Illinois and is quite literally a farm boy. His best friend growing up was his trusty companion Leonard the dachshund. RIP Leonard. Eventually, he made it off the farm and obtained a BS in Economics, followed by an MA in Behavioral Psychology.

The most helpful mental models directly from their sources.

•How Einstein’s hobbies helped his genius.
•Napoleon's key to conquering nations and cementing his legacy
•What Descartes had to say about demons.
•Darwin’s Golden Rule and how it changed his life.
•Tesla, Edison, and the battle of approaches and philosophies.
•Copernicus, Galileo, and the values of non-convention.
•The unique team that Abraham Lincoln surrounded himself with.
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  • pat ramoshas quotedlast year
    imagine a person who has learned much despite being only moderately talented, then you can see immediately that raw aptitude is nice, but attitude makes the difference at the end of the day.
  • pat ramoshas quotedlast year
    There’s no point in pretending we are all born with the same talents, intelligence levels, and aptitudes, but remember that this is only part of the picture.
  • pat ramoshas quotedlast year
    For example, they choose to learn and develop skills so they can make money, or win the esteem of their peers, or satisfy the expectations of others.
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