Einstein & Edison – Ultimate MISOGI Practitioners

Albert Einstein never gave up. Never. Ever. Even though people thought he was a little off his rocker, he didn’t care. He kept pushing his comfort zone until he discovered the improbable.

At the time, his discoveries and theories bordered on impossible, but as you are starting to get the idea, a MISOGI must have a 50% or greater chance of failure; which means success can be achieved – even if only by a sliver of possibility.

Einstein didn’t look at mistakes or mishaps as failures. He just concluded that a particular way of doing something was not the one he wanted.

When we make mistakes, we learn from them.

When he created the Theory of Relativity     Screen Shot 2017-10-28 at 11.51.20 AM  (ENERGY = MASS TIMES THE SPEED OF LIGHT SQUARED), no one thought he could.

But he kept on going until he did. The Theory of Relativity changed everything in our world.

His theory wove time and space into a single thread. He called this space/time. Basically, what it means is that if you see something at one time, the same event could happen at a completely different time for someone else.

What improbable invention came out of his theories?

The Atomic Bomb

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Another MISOGI practicer was Thomas Edison.

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Inventing incandescent light (the light bulb) changed how we see at night forevermore.

These two amazing inventors display the essence of a MISOGI. They pushed until they found the answer.

They went so far outside their comfort zone that they changed the world.

Other amazing people in history who achieved MISOGIS

How are you changing your world today?

Tell us your MISOGI story…

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