How to Tap into Your Own Genius download epub
by Thomas Dale Cowan
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ISBN 10: 0671530712 ISBN 13: 9780671530716. Publisher: Simon & Schuster, 1984.
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As this book's author, Thomas D. Cowan, P. avers: "The voice of genius speaks to everyone. I love his quote of Robert Frost when he was asked about his source of inspiration for writing poetry. Frost replied that it involved "the delight in remembering something I didn't know I knew. That's what this book is about.
Produced by the Miller Press, In. "A Fireside book.
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With four colour maps and lively text this book shows you how to: Improve every aspect of your social skills, both in relationships and at work Become more confident Have a more active and successful social life Become a better communicator and a a fearless public speaker Improve every aspect of your social skills, in relationships and at work.
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They’re able to tap their own genius and analyze businesses, run great spreadsheets and all the other skills you’d expect from a Harvard MBA. There are others with the the same IQ and skills who don’t maximize their potential and don’t tap into their genius. How can you tap into your genius if you aren’t in a high state that can intuit it’s mind and body? As Waitzkin says, the deepest thinkers cultivate their physiological introspective sensitivity. They fast, prime their subconscious for insights to happen and finally, allow space for genius to occur.