Twitter Link Roundup #327 – Terrific Reads for Small Business, Entrepreneurs, Marketers, and Designers!

Leonardo da Vinci was one of the greatest minds our world has ever known.

Was it innate genius that allowed Leonardo to see the world with innovative eyes, or was it a consequence of a conscious thought process?

The answer is probably somewhere in-between, which is great for those of us with a little less genius between our fingertips.

Leonardo was in possession of a great talent for curiosity and awareness, and those qualities held great influence over how he interacted with the world around him.

He approached the world with questioning eyes and a thoughtful mind and chose awareness and persistence in all things.

Zat Rana at Medium explores how Leonardo chose to engage with the world, and how those choices informed his extraordinary life. The underlying message is simple: of all the attainable strengths within our reach, curiosity is one of the most powerful.

While curiosity may not assure you a life of genius, it’s certain that without curiosity, there will be no genius at all.

Now, we hope you enjoy another great set of links and articles that we shared with you over the past week on our crowdspring Twitter account (and on Ross’s Twitter account). We regularly share our favorite posts on entrepreneurship, small business, marketing, logo design, web design, startups, leadership, social media, marketing, economics and other interesting stuff! Enjoy!

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