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Having the Focus of Einstein

Albert Einstein once said, “I’m not really all that smart. I just stay with problems longer.” It wasn’t about the natural talent that he had been born with. It was about eintstienpursuing a problem until he felt that it had truly been solved. All of his success was the result of focus.

Einstein’s work process was fairly simple. While he eventually had to use the raw academic skills that he was taught in order to rigorously demonstrate the reliability of his theories, that wasn’t were the ideas came from. He would sit in a chair for hours on end, thinking about a single problem. But he wasn’t daydreaming and letting his mind wander. He had the conscious ability to decide what his mind was working on, and that was where his results came from.

An excerpt from Metcalf – Focus Skills to download more CLICK HERE.

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