Nikola Tesla Pdf

Nikola Tesla

Author: Sean Patrick
Publisher: Oculus Publishers
ISBN: 9781938895173
Category: Self-Help

If you want to learn about one of history’s most fascinating minds and uncover some of his secrets of imagination—secrets that enabled him to invent machines light years ahead of his time and literally bring light to the world—then you want to read this book. Imagination amplifies and colors every other element of genius, and unlocks our potential for understanding and ability. It’s no coincidence that geniuses not only dare to dream of the impossible for their work, but do the same for their lives. They’re audacious enough to think that they’re not just ordinary players. Few stories better illustrate this better than the life of the father of the modern world, a man of legendary imaginative power and wonder: Nikola Tesla. In this book, you’ll be taken on a whirlwind journey through Tesla’s life and work, and not only learn about the successes and mistakes of one of history’s greatest inventors, but also how to look at the world in a different, more imaginative way. Read this book now and learn lessons from Nikola Tesla on why imagination is so vital to awakening your inner genius, and insights into the real “secret” to creativity, as explained by people like Jobs, Picasso, Dali, and Twain.

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  • Hanz XavierHanz Xavier
    Simply mind blowing, a great read about a very inspiring man!
  • Cody RobinsonCody Robinson
    Great Story
  • Samantha RossSamantha Ross
    I loved this book. The struggle to help people just to do it. Amazing man and a great retelling of his efforts
  • X BaracksX Baracks
    Really inspiring!
  • Joy GomezJoy Gomez
    Nice book Easy read, informative, positive, open, a great first start in discovering Tesla.
  • Devon KaahanuiDevon Kaahanui
    A lot of bang for your buck
  • António DavidAntónio David
    Nice to know the basics about Tesla.
  • Dustin MillsDustin Mills
  • Düdmæng BrøssøvítçhDüdmæng Brøssøvítçh
    It’s okay. Very random and doesn’t seem to have a point. Lots of typos like TELSA, often. And barely involved Telsa in the storyline. This book seems to outline what I call common sense.
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