True genius

We think of geniuses as those who can create or invent valuable things because of their intricate knowledge in certain domains. And that’s often true.

But many creative (and wealthy) individuals came up with ideas like the chip clip, the idea for a cameras built into phones, and other creative inventions that didn’t require sophisticated knowledge.

The genius is often the one who exploits the simplest of ideas that are yet unrecognized.

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I write very short articles (20 seconds to read) sharing perspectives on health, relationships and business that have been most helpful (SteveAcho.com for more)

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