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Personality of Albert Einstein

"You're no Einstein is a common term that compares one to the iconic German-born theoretical
physicist who developed the general theory of relativity, had great influence on the philosophy of
science, and is best known for his "the world's most famous equation" massenergy equivalence
formula E = mc2. Albert Einstein has become the benchmark by which everyone measures intellect,
though few understand what was the mans like as a person.

Figure: General distribution of IQ compared to Albert Einsteins

Albert Einstein was a gifted and independent student. At school, Albert disagrees with the strict
teaching method that was used by German School that he attends. While in college, he became
arrogant and cocky as he notices that he was more intelligent than the others. After he had published
the famous formula E=mc, he became popular. But, Einstein never wore lab coat and he is just need
only paper, a pen and absolutely his precious mind to do his marvellous jobs.

Furthermore, Albert was never interested in material things, but he did have a love for both music and
sailing. He was also blessed with musical talent, as well as in the visual and performing arts. When
Einstein growing up, his mother made sure that he and his sister, Maja were exposed to music. He
took violin lessons and later learned to play piano on his own. He liked Mozart, Schubert, Bach,
Beethoven, Vivaldi, Corelli, and Scarlatti. Other than that, he also likes art. He was interested to the
Picassos works. However, his creativity may well be suppressed due to his willingness to sacrifice, or
his inability to fully appreciate his own talents. This is not to say that Albert cannot excel in these areas,
on the contrary, he has the talent, and with effort he can make a success in a number of artistic fields.

Albert Einstein is naturally balanced. It is in his nature to take on responsibility, often required to fill
the void left by others and to not turn away from personal sacrifice. At times, Albert Einstein may feel
overburdened by the travails of others. However, the love others bestow upon him is his well-
deserved reward. Albert tries to maintain harmony within the family or group, balancing and fusing
divergent forces. He seeks marriage and is often a wonderful parent, offering warmth, protection, and
understanding to children.

One of the most famous quote of Albert Einstein, Imagination is the most powerful tool in the
universe directs to anyone to imagine the possibilities. Imagine what could be. Imagine what could
happen. Do not be afraid to be imaginative. No one need genius level IQ to be impactful. So as Einstein
pointed out to be imaginative. That was one of Einsteins most powerful trait.

Alberts physical stamina is strong, and he regularly does mental and physical exercise. He must carry
out physical exercises and limit the sweets and dairy he craves to keep himself from becoming plump
and round. He tends to keep himself physically or mentally busy at all times, and he prefers to spend
time outdoors and eating natural foods. Limited space is a major challenge for Albert, while exercise,
proper diet, and rest are critical for his health. A good walk in the fresh air serves as an intellectual
vehicle for him.

Albert Einstein is said to be full of energy, always on the go, fidgety, and hyperactive. His life is in a
constant motion for him. He has great ability to put thoughts into action, and he doesnt wait once he
sets his mind on something. Where others just began to think or dream, Albert already took action
while radiating energy, enthusiasm, and livelihood around.

In conclusion, Albert Einstein is a practical and humble person that can go through any situation or
problems. He kept his good health and physical stamina to allow him to work long and hard for
anything that he believe in. He utilizes his practical skills, strong physical dexterity, strength, and good
health to work with his hands in either a practical or artistic way, such as being a sculptor or craftsman
that possesses both physical and mental talents, and strives for high quality end results. He is easy to
get along with, and he has natural ability to save money and pool up economic resources.

Reference: Carlos I. Calles (2005), Einstein for dummies, Wiley Publishing, Inc.