Did you know that Leonardo da Vinci was not only the leading artist (Mona Lisa, Last Supper, etc.) of his time, he was also an incredible inventor, military engineer, musician, and scientist (not to mention the fact that he was, apparently, also one heck of a party planner and one of the strongest athletes as well)?!
Yep. That’s our kind of guy.
In , boils down da Vinci’s genius into seven attributes and provides a fun and powerful framework complimented with incredible exercises that help us develop our creativity and fully express our unique genius.
This book was one of the most influential reads in my early days and I can vividly remember reading it shortly after selling my first business (eteamz) nearly eight years ago. I highly recommend it and I’m excited to share some of my favorite Big Ideas (plus one of the most transformative exercises I’ve ever done: A Hundred Questions).
Let’s start by taking a quick look at the seven attributes of da Vinci and then we’ll explore a few of my favorite Big Ideas on how to rock ‘em!
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