Friday, May 26, 2006

Genius Formula

I was reading Greatness Guide by Robin Sharma. In one chapter he talks about formula to become a genius. It goes like this

"Focus on a area or skill and work on it with relentless devotion to daily improvement and passion for excellence..Within 3 to 5 years you will be operating with a competence level where people call you genius". The formula is

Focus + Daily improvement + Time = Genius

And he quotes lot of incidents...One is

A lady asked Picasso, "Mr.Picasson...I am a big fan. Could you please draw me a small piece of art" and she gives him a small piece of paper.
He draws and gives to her saying "That will be millon dollars".
"But Mr.Picasso you took only 30 seconds to do this masterpiece".
He replies, "Dear lady, it took me 30 years to do that masterpiece in 30 seconds".

How true it is. With our focus and working towards daily improvement, one day we will be the masters.....

Thats how it happened to all of us right..We started studying maths at L.K.G....and slowly with more passion we did maths in all the classes....and suddenly we scored 100 in +2 results....And people called us "kanakula puli-pa"....

And somehow we lost this formula and have not applied after we have grown up...Lets start a fresh...And be Genius-es.

8 comments:

Ms.Congeniality said...

Formula is absolutely true!!

Bharani said...

Yes...But follow panrathu than romba kastama iruku :-(

Bala.G said...

thought of telling the same....I also wanna become a genius, but daily improvement onnume illa :(

Sasiprabha said...

Genius aaga enakkum en elaarukkum aasaidhaan... Enakka ippathaan oru focus kedachi irukku, time eppidinnu theriyala... I'll follow this formula.. Find me after the end of 4th year whether i become a genious or not...

Shuba said...

hey i never knew being genius was so easy

Bharani said...

@bala - Ingayum athe kadhai than...but have to work on something...atleast in work front..

Bharani said...

@sasi - Oh..Genius in making..All the best...Genius anathukappram engala ellam konjam kandukanga...

Bharani said...

@subha..Yes it is very very easy to read...and when it comes to practise, mind expects immediate results..athan konjam kastama iruku :-)