How to be a Genius

There are numerous ways to categorize a genius. For example, if we were to take a look at historical figures like Albert Einstein, Beethoven, and Leonardo Da Vinci, you would notice that they all have one thing in common: they all made connections with their inner genius like no one else could. In this article, we are going to teach you how to be a genius.

Become Knowledgeable

The first step to becoming a genius is to store as much information in your mind as possible. Observe, listen, and remember as many things as you possibly can- it doesn’t matter what the subject is. The more you do this, the more connections you make in your brain and the smarter you become. Becoming knowledgeable doesn’t mean spending all of your time reading either. It means being active and actually “doing” something. For example, when you watch television, don’t do it plainly. Ask questions. What kind of tool did he just use? Why does the ingredient change colors so quickly? This is the first step to remember if you want to learn how to be a genius.


When you learn something new for the first time, your mind starts the connection making process. The more you do it, the more connections are made. Whenever you learn something new, try to apply it right away with what you already know. For example, if someone shows you a new basketball play, think about how you could incorporate it into your next pick-up game at the park. If you are learning a new language, try to mix words around and create your own sentences. By gaining more experience in different fields, you also increase your knowledge which in turn, brings you one step closer to becoming a genius.

Learn Differently

Everyone learns differently. If you and I were presented with a lesson, we would each use a learning method which works best for us. Major ways to learn things include seeing, hearing, talking, manipulating, touching, writing, reading, and interpreting. Mix and match those when you are learning new things. When you do this, you examine what you are learning from an entirely different thought process and are able to make connections much more quickly as a result.

Embrace Change

Don’t resist change or uncertainty. As a matter of fact, you should encourage it. Doubt is the only way you are ever going to push past your mental comfort zones- it’s also how new innovations have been discovered in the past. Try to make a habit out of challenging conventional wisdom and finding weak spots in the status quo. Ignore facts and challenge current beliefs in society. The key to being a genius is to think critically but to also think differently. You have to see everything from a different point of view when everyone else is stuck on the norm. I’m not saying to ignore facts- just don’t make a habit out of buying into everything everyone says all of the time.

Quality vs. Quantity

Prefer quantity over quality. Basically, if you want to be a genius, you have to increase the chances of success coming your way. This may mean trying many small things until something strikes gold. Try not to get stuck on one routine, though pattern, or skill. Bounce around, learn different things, and try to become as efficient as possible in everything that you do. Studies have shown that major geniuses in history spent a lot of time doing a lot of the same thing. In theory, to become a true “master” at something, you need to spend at least 10,000 hours practicing it.

Think Differently

This is the attribute which makes up a true genius. Never, ever look at things the same way other people do. This places you in the same boat as they are. Instead, try to look at everything from a different perspective as the rest of the world. You may be the founder of the next big discovery.

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Chris T Atkinson 🙂
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