In Others’ Words: What Genius Might Be
Sometimes we make things so complicated.
So I’m keeping it simple today … well, the quote about genius was the catalyst for keeping things simple.
My husband Rob is a super-intelligent guy. He’s a family physician — and he’s a rocket scientist. Really, he is. He graduated from the Air Force Academy with a degree in astronautical engineering. Which is why he has this coffee mug:
So, yeah. My husband is smart.
But one of the things my husband is known for as a doctor is that he can take something complicated and distill it down so that it is understandable. He wades through all the “doctor-speak” so that his patients can understand what is going on and make the decisions they need to make.
Profound doesn’t always have to be complicated. The ability to speak the truth plainly or to explain so that others can understand what was once confusing?
And so, so needed.
In Your Words: When has someone displayed genius in your life by being “simple”? Or how would you finish this sentence: Genius might be the ability to______________________________.
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