According to Einstein, you are a genius—and him, and her, and, well, all of them. Einstein said, "Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will go through its whole life believing that it is stupid."
We're all born great at something, but as we grow up, we find out all the things we're not so good at. So we spend our life feeling bad about those things, working on our weaknesses, while we take our strengths for granted.
But wait! How about him? And her? And them? They focus at the one thing they were great at. They went from ordinary to extraordinary. And you can, too.
Did you know there are four types of genius? And you're one of them. There's Dynamo Genius, who loves to create; Blaze Genius, who loves to connect; Tempo Genius, who loves to serve; and Steel Genius, who loves the details. Each has a different energy that links to the four seasons and four elements.
Great minds from Confucius and Plato to Isaac Newton and Carl Jung studied these four types. Each has a different natural path, different passions, different strengths and weaknesses. Your winning formula is someone else's losing formula. You have a natural way to learn, to lead, to live, to love; a natural strategy that's used in relationships, in your work, in social media, even in the design of your day.
In fact, if you do anything that feels like hard work, you're already doing the wrong thing. When you know your genius, you can get in your flow, and when you know the genius in your friends, your workmates, your boss, children, family, you can appreciate them for what they're best at, and that brings out the best in them. As for the things you're not so great at, well, there's a genius in your network waiting to do those things for you with half the time and double the happiness.
So take the Genius Test. Discover your genius. Then, find the genius in your friends and grow your social genius. It will help you to live the life you love and love the life you live. And it will set you free.