It is not that I’m so smart. But I stay wit.. Albert Einstein Quotes

It is not that I’m so smart. But I stay with the questions much longer

@ashiqsir Open in app Get started Age of Awareness You have 2 free member-only stories left this month. Sign up for Medium and get an extra one 7 Quotes by Albert Einstein That Will Change How You Think “You don’t have to know everything. You just have to know where to find it.” Sinem Günel Sinem Günel Follow Oct 21, 2020 · 8 min read Lessons from Albert Einstein Photo by Slidebean on Unsplash Albert Einstein is considered one of the smartest people in history. So smart that after his death, the pathologist who inspected his body stole his brain. Thomas Harvey took Einstein’s brain even though the genius clearly stated that he didn’t want his brain or body to be studied after his death. And even though it turned out that Einstein’s brain was really different from the majority, his genius wasn’t always obvious. When he was young, Einstein’s parents even thought that he was disabled because he was slow to learn and didn't talk until he was four years old. Yet he became obsessed with science at the age of five when his father showed him a compass for the first time. In the following decades, he didn’t only develop the theory of relativity and several other inventions that changed the way we see and experience the world but also left us with wisdom on how to live better lives. “It is not that I’m so smart. But I stay with the questions much longer.” There are many paths to success, but one of the few similarities of successful people is persistence. Einstein didn’t come across his inventions by coincidence. His work was the result of decades of research and experimentation. Whenever you give up too early, you’re giving up on the opportunity to win. Quite often, the most successful people are not the smartest or most talented but the most persistent and curious ones. If you’re interested and open to growth, you’ll come across incredible opportunities and likely find answers to your questions. If you, however, think that you’re smarter than anyone else, you might not only end up being alone but also lack variety and small wins in life.


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