Discover the lessons from Leonardo Da Vinci that can transform your life!
Da Vinci was a renaissance man in many guises and roles. In this book, we encourage you to become a renaissance thinker and embrace many roles. Think laterally. See the world in a different way. Challenge your thinking. Provide a balance to your life. Combine the artistic and practical.
Each of the lessons is geared to awaken your inner genius, your potential for adventure. Step by step, these creativity lessons will encourage your creativity. In Da Vinci's quest for truth, he encountered many obstacles. He learned to develop skills to overcome these. Likewise, you have innate abilities that may be developed as coping mechanisms.
Be curious. Awaken a thirst for knowledge. Develop an instinct to explore. And delve beneath the surface. Do not be daunted by the prospect of failure. See it as a challenge. By exploring and being curious, Da Vinci became a genius, philosopher, artist, and architect of life.
Do not become overwhelmed or sidetracked by minor objectives. Be focused. Da Vinci was single-minded in his quest, and it paid off. And the reality is that his approach was simple. Not complicated. We encourage you to see the connection between things, to learn to link everything. Once you start linking aspects of your life and knowledge, you will start seeing everything as a continuum.
In this book, we encourage you to take notes. Like Da Vinci, whose notes were varied and contained instructions on everything, including approaches to creating visual art and painting techniques and everything he encountered, your personal notes may become a stepping stone to reaching your goals. What do you want to achieve? And how can you go about achieving them? Make notes, do mind maps. Make connections.
Here's a preview of what you will learn:
Curiosity - a quest and thirst for knowledge
Demonstration - learning from experience
Sensation - accessing the senses
Art - whole brain thinking
Corporality - fitness of body and mind
Connections - linking concepts
Sfumato - embracing ambiguity
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