When you think genius, it’s difficult for Albert Einstein not to spring to mind.
The more you read about him, the more you discover what a fascinating character he was.
More failures than successes.
Less recognition for the things he thought were most important and more recognition for the ones that were popularised.
Some brilliant women in his life – who never got a mention (surprise).
And lots of other fascinating facts.
I wonder what that great mind would do if he were working today?
Would Einstein be embracing The Google?
I must use Google searches 20 times a day.
It’s difficult to avoid settling an argument without saying ‘I’ll Google it’
Isn’t it amazing how much we trust what The Google tells us?
I’ve set myself a challenge (maybe you could join in?); instead of immediately diving into Google, I’m going to think for a few moments. Then I’m going to make a conscious decision whether I want to or need to look it up.
I think the world record for this is… (hang on, let me Google it)… Doh!
Could you live without Google? Share your thoughts below.
I’m coming to the final few days of my Write That Book Pop Up and Challenge and I’ve launched my next Write That Book Masterclass.
Obviously, I want you to join in so that I can help you to write, publish and sell your book. I’ve set a goal to help 1,000 people do this in 1,000 days.
I’m sure you know exactly what a brilliant programme this is, so I don’t need to talk about it here – but if you are interested, just click here and take a look at Write That Book Masterclass Winter ‘21.