Everyone thinks they are smarter than everyone else, but only a precious few have the mental fortitude to be an actual genius. In this clear guide, aspiring smarty-pants will get hands-on advice, practical tips, and fact-filled profiles that will help them on their way to enlightenment. Readers will learn how to change human history with their intellect, reveal truths previously unknown, and make people gasp in wonder. Beginning with early childhood signs of genius, determining what field of expertise to pursue, and what to do when people just won’t listen, readers will learn how to win a Nobel Prize, see how they measure up to geniuses of the past, and get tips on developing their own style and attitude. Complete with colorful illustrations, sidebars, and self-quizzes, would-be intellectual giants will have all the right tools for achieving greatness.
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André de Guillaume is a self-appointed authority on genius and the author of How to Rule the World.
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