2019-02-15 Random Interesting Shit
Today’s Principle to Follow:
Principle #32: Record Your Thoughts and Observations.
Leonardo da Vinci had a massive collection of notes on his observations, sketches for inventions, and his own thoughts. He wrote something sown almost every day, accumulating many journals of material in his lift. If you are curious to see some of his recordings, there is a compilation called Leonardo’s Notebooks. Thomas Edison is another genius who took prolific notes. He took very detailed notes on his ideas about electricity, light bulbs, and anything else he thought could be important. All in all, there are five million pages of his notes held as part of the United States historical record. These were two great and prolific geniuses, and they consistently documented what they learned.
Realize that notes and writing provide a record not only for yourself, but if you were to make a great breakthrough (or even if not), other could use them as well. It is recommended to have a notebook, a blog, or even an audio recorder to document anything that seems to be important. Something interesting about writing down ideas and thoughts is that the more you record, the more new ideas and thoughts pop into your mind. One of them might even be the breakthrough idea of a genius.
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