Professor Craig Wright created the popular "Genius Course" at Yale University and had devoted more than two decades exploring what 'genius' really is, probing the nature of the term. He reveals what we can learn from the lives of those dubbed "geniuses," past and present.
Mike McHargue tackles on one of the basic conundrums of human life, one asked by scientiest, philosophers, and self-help gurus: Why do we do the things we do? Though we might think that we're in control of our thoughts and decisions, science has shown that there are several factors that play in every action we take. McHargue shows us that even some of our most frustrating qualities can be our key to survive and thrive. Read the first few pages here.
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