You’re a genius! Most people who read that first sentence are in the midst of an internal battle trying to convince themselves otherwise. Why is this? Why is it that the second we hear something we perceive to lack integrity we immediately attack this new information.
While most of us aren’t the epitome of a genius, we do have a very healthy source of information on a variety of different subjects. If I asked you to teach me how to shoot a basketball, most people would be able to give me basic instructions on how to do so.
While if I asked Michael Jordan to teach me how to shoot a basketball, he would theoretically be able to give me in depth instructions on how to do so. Thus increasing the value of those instructions, simply by the difference in who is giving them. Think of something that you are very confident in your ability to communicate.
Where does this confidence come from? Most will say experience, some instruction, and few will say that it is an innate...