The Modern Da Vinci’s 5 Rules of Success.


From the HighExistence site:

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Walter Russell is the 20th century Renaissance man you’ve probably never heard of.

When I say Renaissance man, I mean it. Here’s a short summary of his vast accomplishments:

  • Accomplished philosopher, musician, composer, painter and sculptor. He worked with many famous subjects such as President Roosevelt and Thomas Edison
  • Without every studying architecture, he designed and built over $20 million worth of buildings around New York City, including the renowned Hotel des Artistes
  • Predicted the existence of Neptunium and Plutonium in 1926 (well before the invention of the atomic bomb), saying if they were ever discovered, the pressures of this planet would not be enough to hold them together
  • Founded and lectured at the University of Science and Philosophy
  • A champion figure skater, Russell even won competitions at age 69 against competitors in their 20′s

In his biography, The Man Who Tapped The Secrets Of The Universe, Russell shares the 5 rules that allowed him to accomplish so much. Each rule builds on those prior, culminating in the ultimate recipe for genius.

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