A genius is a person who expresses his intellectual ability, creative productivity. They are associated with the achievement of new advances in a domain of knowledge. Despite the presence of scholars in many subjects throughout history, many geniuses have shown high achievements in only a single kind of activity.
The idea of the four geniuses dates back five thousand years and connects to the four seasons and four frequencies found in ancient Chinese and Indian thought. It was identified by Aristotle and Plato also.
But while the ideas behind these geniuses may be ancient in origin, they are being applied today by an increasing number of business leaders to manage themselves, lead their team and understand their customers
Our genius connects us to how to communicate, and how we market ourselves and our products or services differently. This is why one-size-fits-all books that insist on just one way to lead or manage will often contradict each other.
We all have a mix of geniuses, but we have one that is more dominant and when we focus on it, we can focus on our natural leadership style that suits our strengths.
Here are the four geniuses. Which one of these do you resonate with the most?
This type of genius people will always have “smart ideas” and more related to creativity. Dynamo Geniuses include Richard Branson, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Thomas Edison, and Albert Einstein.
All of these people focused their strengths in creating. Ignores who criticizes them for not being organized. They didn’t worry about being forgetful or missing small things. We remember these genius people today because of their creative brilliance. They were best at answering the question, “What?”
This kind of genius people are People Smart i.e, the can handle the group of people. Blazes lead through communication. Blaze Geniuses include Bill Clinton, Jack Welch, Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres, and Larry King.
Blaze genius people focused on their strengths in leadership and connections. These people focus less on the numbers. They change their focus too often or didn’t like being stuck in an office or work. They just got out there to make a difference through people, with fun and variety, because they were best at answering the question, “Who?”
This kind of genius people are Senses Smart. Tempo Geniuses include Warren Buffett, George Soros, Woodrow Wilson, Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa, and Michael Phelps.
All of these people focused on their strengths in their senses and perseverance. Tempo geniuses are extra careful and takes more time over things. They just stayed calm and grounded, taking their time, because they were best at answering the question, “When?”
This kind of genius people “details smart”Steel Geniuses include famous entrepreneurs such as John D. Rockefeller, Henry Ford, Ray Kroc, and Mark Zuckerberg.
All of these people focused on their strengths in systems and in managing data. They are having better social skills and sensitive too. These people work their best when locked away. They just kept focused on finding smarter ways to do things through their systems, because they were best at answering the question, “How?”
“There is no great GENIUS without some touch of madness”- Aristotle
Finding what kind of genius you are can improve your way of thinking. Thus it can foster your productivity and helps to achieve financial independence and can foster your early retirement.
What kind of a genius are you?
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