Where’s Your Genius?


A father told his son a story. He said, “I have a watch that was passed down to me by your grandfather. It’s over 200 years old. Before I give it to you, go to the owner of the coffee shop on the first street and tell him you want to sell it. See how much he’ll offer.”

The son returned to his father and reported, “Because he’s your friend, he offered $5. He called it a rotten junk.” The father then instructed him to take it to the watchmaker and see what he would pay.

The son came back and told his father, “The watchmaker will pay $25 because it’s old.”

The father then said, “Now, go to the museum and show them the watch.”

The son came back and reported, “They offered me a million dollars for it.”

The father then said, “I wanted to teach you that it’s important to be in a place that values and appreciates you. Don’t stay in a place that doesn’t recognize your worth.

Like the story, sometimes we don’t understand our own value and end up in environments that don’t appreciate our talents. Don’t let that limit your potential.

Albert Einstein once said, “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”

This book can guide you towards realizing your full potential and making a breakthrough in your life.

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<This is not a stand-alone book. This book goes hand-in-hand with your IDENTI3 profile results. Please read the first book ‘What’s Your Blindspot’ before reading this book. Do not purchase this separately>

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