Twitter Link Roundup #352 – Terrific Reads for Small Business, Entrepreneurs, Marketers, and Designers!

Geniuses are not like the rest of us.

Composer Igor Stravinsky was known to stand on his head for fifteen minutes every morning because he felt it would help to ‚Äúclear his brain.‚ÄĚ

Nikola Tesla, a famous inventor, liked to curl his toes one hundred times on each foot. Apparently, it was an effective way of stimulating his brain.

Einstein declined to wear socks.

Is it possible that geniuses are naturally a little more offbeat, or do these unusual practices inspire further genius?

Can we train our own brains to think differently… and create our own works of genius in the process?

Medium author Eric Spitznagel explores the idea, and you can read along, here.

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!