IN THIS SUMMARY
Genius is often considered to be a quality that is not obtainable by everyone. It is viewed as something special that is exclusive to people like Einstein or Mozart. In Practical Genius, Gina Amaro Rudan argues that everyone has the capacity for genius and can achieve the extraordinary. However, genius does not rise to the surface unaided; it is up to everyone to find their genius and to put it to work. Rudan helps readers identify their genius, express it in everyday life, and market that genius for personal and professional growth.