Book Title: How To Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci
Author: Michael J. Gelb
Originally Published: 1998
How To Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci Review
How To Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci, written by Michael J. Gelb is a book which is inspired by the life of Leonardo Da Vinci. Known for his genius Vinci has worked on or thought about many ideas which were out of his time.
While people only focused on their daily chores Vinci taught himself anatomy and created a blueprint for a helicopter. We all know him as the great painter who painted Mona Lisa, The Last Supper and many other famous paintings, but he was not just a painter he was someone much more than that.
Why This Book?
The book tells you about the seven principles which made Leonardo Da Vinci who he was. This book talks in detail about the principles that Vinci followed daily and through these principles he made many discoveries.
The book guides you on how one can sharpen their senses and enhance their skills to become the best possible version of themselves. This book also tells that every human can become someone great and someone genius. According to this book, the only difference between geniuses and non-geniuses is that the genius worked on discovering and enhancing their skills.
This book contains lessons on how one can master life-altering abilities like life balance and goal setting, creative thinking, enjoying the world around you, self-expression, problem-solving, and harmonising the body and mind. This book also includes step-by-step exercises to teach us these skills.
Take Away From This
The book proposes that all human beings have an unlimited ability to learn and be creative, so the only thing stopping them is the fact that they are not working towards identifying their skills. The book draws on the works of art, notebooks, and inventions of the legendary Da Vinci.
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