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At the turn of the 20th century, a family of immigrants from eastern Europe lived in New York City. Their last name was Sidis, and their firstborn was a boy named William.
His parents, Boris and Sarah, were both highly intelligent and wanted him to excel, so instead of playing with toys, William James was taught the alphabet, which he mastered by the time he was six months old. By the time he was 18 months old, he read the New York Times (I’m not sure if that’s good or bad).
He learned eight languages by his 8th birthday, finished elementary school in six months, and was enrolled in and accepted to Harvard University at the age of nine, but they asked him to start his studies when he was 11 so he could fit in better.
This was a boy genius.
His IQ was estimated to have been higher than 200, pushing on 250, making him the smartest human being to ever live, but have we ever heard of a great invention by William James Sidis or a world-changing mathematical theory or astronomical breakthrough?
This boy wonder, a prodigy who could not have developed in intellectual capabilities more than he did, even giving lectures on the 4th dimension in front of hundreds of people before turning 12, could not fulfill his potential.
Success in life is not predicated upon having a giant brain or by learning the most because, as you can see, William only worked mediocre jobs and at mid-level, never rising to prominence as an adult and preferring a life of obscurity and seclusion over being in the thick of it.
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I believe that life boils down to a number of principles that, if followed, create the cocktail of success because they continuously add riches to one’s existence.
As you’ll soon see, these are all a MATTER of CHOICE, a decision to think about and execute on everything in ways that enrich your being.
My next big move is to increase my awareness of these and my level of implementation, and I wish you’d join me in assessing these and CHOOSING to focus solely on them.
- Have an optimistic state of mind
This isn’t cliché. It is a deep vow to yourself that your own default mode can be one of positivity, which opens the mind to opportunity.
If you do nothing else, do this. It is the difference between breathing and LIVING.
- Have a great physical soul
No one can be really wealthy even if they exude hope and optimism without making certain that the vehicle that drives them (not their car but their body) remains in tip-top condition.
Health is second after mental happiness.
- See goodwill in all human interactions
Do you want to know where William Sidis fell short? IN ALL THREE. He was depressed, gained weight, and hated crowds.
If you want a real life, one that will allow for happiness, you must strive to make each relationship fruitful and harmonious. Don’t LEAVE until the other side is convinced of your well-meaning intentions.
This is the last one for today, and I hope you will read the second part this Thursday.
- Have self-governance over fear
Isn’t this the real pandemic that plagues the world?
If you can master fear so that you can use it and manipulate that emotion to your benefit, your life will be so much better. What’s the best way to start? Just begin and keep conquering one after another.
My next big move is to perfect these and more…
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