Curtis Wong has had an incredible career. He has produced critically acclaimed educational CD-ROMs at Corbis and the Voyager Co., as well as the definitive editions of feature films for the Criterion Collection. He ran the Content Group at Intel, and was granted many patents at Microsoft Research. Today he joins us to tell some stories from his career, including his groundbreaking work with Bill Gates to produce the digital version of Leonardo da Vinci’s Codex Leicester. The post #120 – Leonardo da Vinci Part 13 – Curtis Wong appeared first on The Renaissance Times.
7 Leonardo Da Vinci Exercises To Awaken Your Genius - Michael J. Gelb
The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
Through exercises and provocative lessons, anyone can harness the power and awesome wonder of their genius, mastering life-changing skills such as problem-solving, creative thinking, self-expression, and life balance. Our guest today, Michael J. Gelb, is a pioneer in creative thinking, innovative leadership, executive coaching, and author of 17 books. On this live call, Vishen Lakhiani and Michael J. Gelb discuss how to develop full potential by following the example of the greatest genius of all time, Leonardo da Vinci. Michael is a senior fellow at The Center for Humanistic Management and a member of the Leading People and Organizations Advisory Board at the Fordham University Gabelli School of Business. Michael was also awarded a Batten Fellowship in Innovation from the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business and co-directed the acclaimed Leading Innovation Seminar there for more than 10 years. Michael was honored as “Brain of the Year” (1999) by the Brain Trust Charity – other recipients include Steven Hawking, Garry Kasparov, and Edward De Bono. Michael is the author of 17 books, including How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci, Discover Your Genius, Innovate Like Edison, and The Art of Connection: 7 Relationship-Building Skills Every Leader Needs Now. Listen out for: - How one thinks like Leonardo Da Vinci. - 7 Principles To Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci. - The third chapter of Michaels’s book. - The secret to sharpening your sense of sight. - The magic question for liberating appreciation. - Live bonus Q&A session.Bonus: - Subscribe to 'Mindvalley Membership' to discover 30+ Mindvalley Quests – at a surprisingly low annual fee. You can also watch our podcast sessions live, interact with the guests, connect with the world’s best teachers and find your community here 👉 https://go.mindvalley.com/NOWLike this episode? Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app. Share this with your friends on Instagram or Twitter.
#118 – Leonardo da Vinci Part 11 – Matthew Landrus
The Renaissance Times
We chat with one of the world’s leading authorities on Leonardo da Vinci – Matthew Landrus from Oxford University, author of Leonardo da Vinci’s Giant Crossbow. The post #118 – Leonardo da Vinci Part 11 – Matthew Landrus appeared first on The Renaissance Times.
Leonardo da Vinci & the Anatomy w. Dr. George Bent
Leonardo da Vinci was ahead of his time in painting remarkably delineated anatomical features. Art history professor, Dr. George Bent, Washington & Lee University, joins the show to discuss Leonardo's life, and this area of artistic excellence.
Ep. 199: How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci | with Michael J. Gelb
The Daily Helping
Today our expert guest is Michael J. Gelb, the world’s leading authority on applying genius thinking to personal and organizational development. Michael is a pioneer in the fields of creative thinking, leadership, innovation, and executive coaching. He’s a senior fellow at the Center for Humanistic Management and a member of the Advisory Board for Leading People and Organizations at the Fordham University Gabelli School of Business. He was honored as “Brain of the Year” (1999) by the Brain Trust Charity, including other recipients such as Steven Hawking, Garry Kasparov, and Edward De Bono. His 17 books have been translated into 25 languages and have sold over one million copies. When he read Viktor Frankl’s “Man’s Search for Meaning” at 14 years old, Michael became inspired to find purpose in helping others find meaning in their lives. There was a lot of division and racial tension, and Michael was looking for solutions — both for the world and himself. Being a consultant for businesses was the farthest thing from his mind at first, but as he studied, it slowly dawned on him that business was the most powerful force in the world. And by focusing on that, he could make the most significant impact possible. Michael felt his life intersect with Leonardo da Vinci in several ways. Earlier in his life, his grandmother, a painter herself, introduce him to da Vinci. Later, he and a colleague would talk about him at length. More and more, he began telling stories about da Vinci. After being invited to speak in Florence, he pitched the idea of speaking about how to think like Leonardo da Vinci. That gave him six months to figure it out before he had to speak! You can do this process with any figure you admire, whether that’s a historical figure or someone you know. One of the most effective ways to develop yourself is to study others. If you want to follow the same steps Michael did to think like da Vinci, you have to ask the magic question: What are they trying to teach us? In the case of Leonardo da Vinci, when Michael read his work with that question in mind, he came up with: Endless curiosity: To get endless energy as an adult, you have to awaken your childlike imagination, marry it with your adult logic, and revitalize your curiosity. Try the “100 Questions” exercise. Give yourself around an hour, take out some sheets of paper, and without stopping to think, write 100 questions out. The hardest part is building up the energy to have a constant creative output. Once you practice it, coming up with ideas isn’t that hard. What’s hard is putting them into action and communicating them with other people. Demonstrate through your own experience: You must be an original thinker. The biggest challenge to independent thinking today is an overabundance of information. The best way to do this is to learn to think through essential ideas from at least three perspectives. Sharpen your senses, learn to appreciate beauty, and learn to make life more beautiful. When we appreciate beauty, we inform our creative expression. The Biggest Helping: Today’s Most Important Takeaway “There is a source of creativity, a source of genius. It is the source of our awareness. If everyone just, at this moment, contemplates their response to the simple question, ‘Are you aware?’ Obviously, immediately, you say, ‘Yeah, oh course.’ And I say, ‘How do you know?’ Where do you go to look to notice that you are aware? There’s no place you go. You just are. And learning to access that source of awareness, which is always present — so when we talk about connecting with genius, it sounds like something you have to go through years of training and do all this — no, it’s present right now. It’s there for everybody. And then yes, there are ways to make ourselves more attuned to it, like the hundred questions, like the Qigong exercises I teach, like everything that’s in all the books. But the main point is it’s not something you don’t have that you have to get. It’s something you already have, and you just need to wake up to it.” -- Thank you for joining us on The Daily Helping with Dr. Shuster. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Google Play to download more food for the brain, knowledge from the experts, and tools to win at life. Resources: michaelgelb.com healingleader.com lifeenergygenius.com Read: "How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci" Read: "The Healing Organization" The Daily Helping is produced by Crate Media
Ambrosia psychically connects with renowned polymath, Leonardo Da Vinci and Alexa asks him questions from the listeners, including: Was Mona Lisa a real person?How did he use sacred geometry and what does sacred geometry do?Is the Mona Lisa in the Louvre the original copy?How do you push through creative blocks?And more!***We started a podcast network called Constellation!Follow us on instagram:www.instagram.com/constellationlightwork***Get in on the first ever Limited Edition Innerbloom Experience Box!These boxes are full of tangible items to help you connect with your higher self through meaningful community connections. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/37ky5nQ***Ask us a question on HeyHero!heyhe.ro/innerbloompodcastUse code INNERBLOOM at checkout and receive 30% off your question on HeyHero!***Follow us on Instagram:www.instagram.com/innerbloompodcast***Check out our new merch! https://www.innerbloompodcast.com/shop***Join our FREE 7 Day Fun Challenge!https://www.innerbloompodcast.com/7-day-fun-challenge***Connect with the Arcturians through our private membership community:www.patreon.com/innerbloompodcast***Follow us on Youtube to check out our Alien / Light Code Activation video:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaO7t6VtOA6tEoaxLy_6ZlA***For private EFT sessions with Alexa:www.alexasoothes.comFor private psychic readings with Ambrosia:www.ambrosiamatthews.com***Uplevel your nutrition with our Purium superfood products!Use code BLOOM to get 25% off your order:ishoppurium.com/products/ultimate…le-transformation
“He was a great artistic personality, crucial for the development, in some way, of what we think as the modern science. But he was not alone.” Leonardo da Vinci died more than 500 years ago, but he is still revered as a genius polymath who painted beguiling compositions like the Mona Lisa, avidly studied the natural sciences, and created designs and inventions in thousands of journal pages. Even during Leonardo’s lifetime, contemporaries marveled at the artist’s great skill and wide-ranging pursuits, but many also noted his perfectionism and difficulty completing projects. Since his death, the legends surrounding his life and personality have continued to grow. Today Leonardo’s story inspires novels and his work brings record-breaking prices, demonstrating his enduring relevance and mystique. In this episode, Getty curator Davide Gasparotto discusses early accounts of Leonardo’s life and how they shaped our understanding of the artist. Passages from these biographies were recently collected in the Getty Publications book Lives of Leonardo da Vinci. For images, transcripts, and more, visit getty.edu/podcasts.
Drew Coffman: Leonardo Da Vinci, Roam Community, Nostalgia (V1)
In this episode, we talk with Drew Coffman, who is an optimist interested in the connections between creativity, technology and true meaning.As someone who has been on Twitter for a very long time, Drew is in multiple circles from Tech Twitter, to Roam Twitter, and many other things that captures his attention. His YouTube channel (aptly named Drew Coffman), has videos about Roam Research from a beginner's point of view, trying to understand the different features that the tool has.We talked about:Roam's community and how that is a hidden feature of RoamThe impact of Roam research on our ability to interact with each other, through our notesThe power of nostalgia and how it impacts us.Leonardo da Vinci, The Renaissance ManAnswering the question: What would your [[Mona Lisa]] be? Enjoy!LinksDrew's TwitterDrew's YouTube ChannelSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/normanchella)
#113: Michael J. Gelb — How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci, Spiritual Practices, and More (Repost)
The Nishant Garg Show
Michael J. Gelb is the world’s leading authority on the application of genius thinking to personal and organizational development. He works with visionary leaders to support them in nurturing more innovative and human-centered cultures and to inspire and equip them with the creative thinking tools and conscious communication strategies that help translate ideals into reality. Michael has led seminars, consulted and provided Executive Leadership Coaching for clients including AT&T, DuPont, Emerson, Merck, Genentech, Microsoft, Nike, Unilever and YPO. The author of 16 books including How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci, Discover Your Genius, Innovate Like Edison and The Art of Connection: 7 Relationship Building Skills Every Leader Needs Now. Michael’s books have been translated into 25 languages and have sold more than one million copies. Follow Nishant: Friday Newsletter: https://garnishant-91f4a.gr8.com/ Website: https://nishantgarg.me/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nishant-garg-b7a20339/ https://www.facebook.com/NishantMindfulnessMatters/ https://twitter.com/nishantgar
951 Michael Gelb – How To Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci
The Hidden Why Podcast
How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci Leigh Martinuzzi · 951 Michael Gelb – How To Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci Mindmapping, creative thinking, the art of energizing curiosity to how to become a master at public speaking – Michael Gelb has been doing this for years! Driven by curiosity and passion Michael explores disciplines … Continue reading 951 Michael Gelb – How To Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci