Book: The Lazy Genius Way


Adachi shows you how to be productive without sacrificing peace of mind.

  • Author : Kendra Adachi
  • Publisher : WaterBrook
  • Release : 01 August 2021
  • Category: Self-actualization (Psychology)
  • Pages : 240
  • ISBN 13 : 9780525653936

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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER - Being a Lazy Genius isn't about doing more or doing less. It's about doing what matters to you. "I could not be more excited about this book."--Jenna Fischer, actor and cohost of the Office Ladies podcast The chorus of "shoulds" is loud. You should enjoy the moment, dream big, have it all, get up before the sun, track your water consumption, go on date nights, and be the best. Or maybe you should ignore what people think, live on dry shampoo, be a negligent PTA mom, have a dirty house, and claim your hot mess like a badge of honor. It's so easy to feel overwhelmed by the mixed messages of what it means to live well. Kendra Adachi, the creator of the Lazy Genius movement, invites you to live well by your own definition and equips you to be a genius about what matters and lazy about what doesn't. Everything from your morning routine to napping without guilt falls into place with Kendra's thirteen Lazy Genius principles, including: - Decide once - Start small - Ask the Magic Question - Go in the right order - Schedule rest Discover a better way to approach your relationships, work, and piles of mail. Be who you are without the complication of everyone else's "shoulds." Do what matters, skip the rest, and be a person again.

Book: Genius


Examines how genius and creativity arise and the factors which affect them.

  • Author : H. J. Eysenck
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 11 May 1995
  • Category: Psychology
  • Pages : 344
  • ISBN 13 : 0521485088

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Examines how genius and creativity arise and the factors which affect them.

Book: Collective Genius


Rather, they create and sustain a culture where innovation is allowed to happen again and again—an environment where people are both willing and able to do the hard work that innovative problem solving requires.

  • Author : Linda A. Hill
  • Publisher : Harvard Business Review Press
  • Release : 13 May 2014
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Pages : 272
  • ISBN 13 : 9781422187593

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Collective Genius Book Summary :

Why can some organizations innovate time and again, while most cannot? You might think the key to innovation is attracting exceptional creative talent. Or making the right investments. Or breaking down organizational silos. All of these things may help—but there’s only one way to ensure sustained innovation: you need to lead it—and with a special kind of leadership. Collective Genius shows you how. Preeminent leadership scholar Linda Hill, along with former Pixar tech wizard Greg Brandeau, MIT researcher Emily Truelove, and Being the Boss coauthor Kent Lineback, found among leaders a widely shared, and mistaken, assumption: that a “good” leader in all other respects would also be an effective leader of innovation. The truth is, leading innovation takes a distinctive kind of leadership, one that unleashes and harnesses the “collective genius” of the people in the organization. Using vivid stories of individual leaders at companies like Volkswagen, Google, eBay, and Pfizer, as well as nonprofits and international government agencies, the authors show how successful leaders of innovation don’t create a vision and try to make innovation happen themselves. Rather, they create and sustain a culture where innovation is allowed to happen again and again—an environment where people are both willing and able to do the hard work that innovative problem solving requires. Collective Genius will not only inspire you; it will give you the concrete, practical guidance you need to build innovation into the fabric of your business.

Book: The Negro Genius


INTRODUCTION : THE NEGRO GENIUS A BOUT the Negro in the United States two things are observable . One is that distinction so far won by members of the race has been most frequently in the arts . The other is that , aside from enforced ...

  • Author : Benjamin Brawley
  • Publisher : Biblo & Tannen Publishers
  • Release : 16 January 1966
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 366
  • ISBN 13 : 0819601845

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Examines Negro accomplishments in the arts during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries

Book: Genius


Three teen geniuses from around the world must win a Game witht he highest of stakes in this action-packed novel.

  • Author : Leopoldo Gout
  • Publisher : Macmillan
  • Release : 03 May 2016
  • Category: Juvenile Fiction
  • Pages : 304
  • ISBN 13 : 9781250045812

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Score: 3.5
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Three teen geniuses from around the world must win a Game witht he highest of stakes in this action-packed novel.

Book: Genealogies of Genius


On ingenium and the fusion of genius and ingenium, see Zilsel, Die Enstehung des Geniebegriffes, 265–96; Harald Weinrich, “Ingenium,” in Historisches Wörterbuch der Philosophie, ed. Joachim Ritter, 13 vols. (Basel: Schwabe, 1971–2007), ...

  • Author : Joyce E. Chaplin
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 08 December 2015
  • Category: History
  • Pages : 191
  • ISBN 13 : 9781137497673

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Genealogies of Genius Book Summary :

The essays in this volume seek to examine the uses to which concepts of genius have been put in different cultures and times. Collectively, they are designed to make two new statements. First, seen in historical and comparative perspective, genius is not a natural fact and universal human constant that has been only recently identified by modern science, but instead a categorical mode of assessing human ability and merit. Second, as a concept with specific definitions and resonances, genius has performed specific cultural work within each of the societies in which it had a historical presence.

Book: The Genius of Democracy


by what Clara calls “evil geniuses” demonstrates, in this antirevolutionary novel, the perils of grounding the new national warrant in refined minds or the compacts formed among them.22 Women's genius thus functions in the republican ...

  • Author : Victoria Olwell
  • Publisher : University of Pennsylvania Press
  • Release : 05 May 2011
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Pages : 304
  • ISBN 13 : 0812204972

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In the late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century United States, ideas of genius did more than define artistic and intellectual originality. They also provided a means for conceptualizing women's participation in a democracy that marginalized them. Widely distributed across print media but reaching their fullest development in literary fiction, tropes of female genius figured types of subjectivity and forms of collective experience that were capable of overcoming the existing constraints on political life. The connections between genius, gender, and citizenship were important not only to contests over such practical goals as women's suffrage but also to those over national membership, cultural identity, and means of political transformation more generally. In The Genius of Democracy Victoria Olwell uncovers the political uses of genius, challenging our dominant narratives of gendered citizenship. She shows how American fiction catalyzed political models of female genius, especially in the work of Louisa May Alcott, Henry James, Mary Hunter Austin, Jessie Fauset, and Gertrude Stein. From an American Romanticism that saw genius as the ability to mediate individual desire and collective purpose to later scientific paradigms that understood it as a pathological individual deviation that nevertheless produced cultural progress, ideas of genius provided a rich language for contests over women's citizenship. Feminist narratives of female genius projected desires for a modern public life open to new participants and new kinds of collaboration, even as philosophical and scientific ideas of intelligence and creativity could often disclose troubling and more regressive dimensions. Elucidating how ideas of genius facilitated debates about political agency, gendered identity, the nature of consciousness, intellectual property, race, and national culture, Olwell reveals oppositional ways of imagining women's citizenship, ways that were critical of the conceptual limits of Ameri

Book: Kant s Concept of Genius


The ethical valence, as well as the cartoon image just used, help us to consider a second characteristic of genius that can be found in use more frequently in the seventeenth century—that of the evil genius. The evil genius influences ...

  • Author : Paul W. Bruno
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 04 March 2010
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Pages : 176
  • ISBN 13 : 9781441190239

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While many studies have chronicled the Romantic legacy of artistic genius, this book uncovers the roots of the concept of genius in Kant's third Critique, alongside the development of his understanding of nature. Paul Bruno addresses a genuine gap in the existing scholarship by exploring the origins of Kant's thought on aesthetic judgment and particularly the artist. The development of the word 'genius' and its intimate association with the artist played itself out in a rich cultural context, a context that is inescapably significant in Western thought. Bruno shows how in many ways we are still interrogating the ways in which a nature governed by physical laws can be reconciled with a spirit of human creativity and freedom. This book leads us to a better understanding of the centrality of understanding the modern artistic enterprise, characterized as it is by creativity, for modern conceptions of the self.

Book: Think Like a Genius


One genius I have in mind, whose method of working clearly exemplifies this act of connecting and gripping things, is Santiago Ramon y Cajal, a Nobel laureate in physiology. Cajal was one of this century's finest neuroanatomists.

  • Author : Todd Siler
  • Publisher : Bantam Dell Publishing Group
  • Release : 01 January 1999
  • Category: Education
  • Pages : 304
  • ISBN 13 : 9780553379280

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Explains how to ignite innate creativity and free thought processes through the discovery of hidden connections among familiar things

Book: Genius


New York Times Bestseller: This life story of the quirky physicist is “a thorough and masterful portrait of one of the great minds of the century” (The New York Review of Books).

  • Author : James Gleick
  • Publisher : Open Road Media
  • Release : 22 February 2011
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 532
  • ISBN 13 : 9781453210437

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New York Times Bestseller: This life story of the quirky physicist is “a thorough and masterful portrait of one of the great minds of the century” (The New York Review of Books). Raised in Depression-era Rockaway Beach, physicist Richard Feynman was irreverent, eccentric, and childishly enthusiastic—a new kind of scientist in a field that was in its infancy. His quick mastery of quantum mechanics earned him a place at Los Alamos working on the Manhattan Project under J. Robert Oppenheimer, where the giddy young man held his own among the nation’s greatest minds. There, Feynman turned theory into practice, culminating in the Trinity test, on July 16, 1945, when the Atomic Age was born. He was only twenty-seven. And he was just getting started. In this sweeping biography, James Gleick captures the forceful personality of a great man, integrating Feynman’s work and life in a way that is accessible to laymen and fascinating for the scientists who follow in his footsteps.

Book: iPhone Portable Genius


When you want to get beyond the basics of iPhone and solve some of its riddles, you might know some iPhone geniuses in person or online. Ideally, you'll get good advice on how to get your iPhone to do what you want it to do.

  • Author : Paul McFedries
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 26 November 2020
  • Category: Computers
  • Pages : 240
  • ISBN 13 : 9781119765097

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Your step-by-step guide to iPhone mastery iPhone Portable Genius delivers a practical and simple guide to quickly learning everything you need to know about the iPhone. Whether you’re a novice user with Apple products or a seasoned pro, you’ll find a wealth of info designed to show you how to configure your iPhone, set up accounts, manage your contacts and appointments, take stunning pictures, and surf the web. All while keeping your identity and accounts private and secure. Before you know it, you’ll be: Mastering the touchscreen Setting up your iPhone to suit the way you work and play Connecting your iPhone to Wi-Fi and setting up your phone as an internet hub Solving the most common iPhone problems Getting the most out of email With straightforward and step-by-step instructions in a portable and convenient package and engaging illustrations, iPhone Portable Genius is the ideal resource for owners and users of one of the world’s most popular phones.