The desire to know is natural to good men.”
— Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519),
quintessential Renaissance man, from The Notebooks
100 Questions Exercise:
Find a comfortable place. Sit down. Write.
Make a list of 100 questions you find interesting.
Write about whatever’s on your mind.
Questions can range from “Why is the sky blue?”
and “How can I optimize my health? to “What are my
greatest strengths?” and “What am I most passionate about?”
Odds are that the first few questions will flow and
then it will be a little tougher. Fight through the
desire to walk away and finish them all in one sitting.
We will read through your list and note the themes
Consider these emerging themes without judging them.
From: Michael Gelb’s excellent book,
How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci,
one of the exercises on page 59
Genius is made, not born. And human beings are gifted with
an almost unlimited potential for learning and creativity.
Now you can uncover your own hidden abilities, sharpen your senses, and
liberate your unique intelligence—by
following the example of the greatest genius of all time,
Leonardo da Vinci.
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