It takes true genius to imagine things. Most people can’t. They think they can because little stories play in their heads. That’s not the same thing.
I’m not judging. I don’t have Einstein’s gift of visualising physics. And I doubt he had Tesla’s, who could build and test inventions in his mind.
It’s a powerful skill, no matter what you do for a living. When you see things that aren’t real so clearly, you can make them real.
You can invent something new.
Or you can tell a story.
You put a piece of yourself out there and reshape reality.
It’s amazing when a person has so vivid a story in their mind… it can’t help but escape. Culture rises on the backs of stories like these.
And then you find those people who never stop sharing their stories. A constant flow of imagination, shattering the world and reshaping it into something better.
Those people leave a legacy. They never truly leave the world, if only because the world keeps their ideas alive.
I can’t teach you how to have such a powerful mind. What I can offer you is something, though – a tasty morsel to see you through. I can show you how to teach this to yourself.
Maybe a little curious?
Keep reading, my friend, and become the hero of your own story:
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