We can also use some of his habits and methods. Why not try to think like Tesla? Before that, you need to learn to use the brain as a whole. Here is what Tesla did. When he was little, his father gave him a series of tasks: to guess other people's thoughts, discover the shortcomings of some form or expression, repeat long sentences, count by heart. Thus, in addition to the left, the thinking one, he increasingly used the right half of the brain, the one of playful imagination, daydreaming, pictorial thoughts. Here’s more specifically - Exercise One: Use whenever you can both halves of the body for the same activities, be right-handed left-handed and left-handed right-handed. This will balance the work of your brain, whose left half controls the right side of the body, and vice versa. With a hand that you don't write with and use less of, you do easier things in the beginning: turn on the light, open the door, brush your teeth, try to eat. Then write and draw. Over time, some shapes become more complex. Then with both hands at the same time, then in the opposite direction (from right to left). Throw the ball alternately with both hands, use both hands and feet in sports (shoot the ball with the one you wouldn't normally do). There are many suggestions, let's say you wink in both eyes… The second exercise is speaking in a certain rhythm. Speak slightly slowly, with small pauses between words, use original words or those that can create a clear image in your head (not sorry but hello, for example). The right half loves rhythm, sonority, and what we think and say has a greater chance of being realized. That is why it is important to choose words and symbols carefully, without haste. The third exercise in ordinary conversations is the continuous enrichment of the language with new words, coins, witty intrusions and unexpected twists in meaning (for example, I bought a book instead of a hill). Because playful and witty thoughts free from rigid logic, and pictorial expressions and unexpected twists ignite the imagination. The fourth exercise is to develop a penchant for every art - dream, draw. Play, draw various shapes on paper as you can think of them, then color them. Combine, create new shapes and shades. Then imagine them all and continue to combine them. Talk to yourself, ask yourself random questions, without thinking, but as quickly as possible, and answer them to yourself, logically and with meaning, so that it is picturesque and witty. Try to express yourself in the ten, there is knowledge that it harmonizes the work of the brain with its rhythm. Listening to music, especially chanting, spiritual and any soothing, also brings it to a mild and sublime state, and as Tesla believed, and it is unbelievable to us - listening to gusal and folk songs! Or listen to some music that encourages you. Fifth Exercise is fantasizing - as much as possible. Imagine traveling to impossible spaces, walking the rainbow, reaching the treasury with treasure, new knowledge, and looking in your mind for what will improve the world, for example. Or while squinting, imagine yourself in various states, walking after the summer rain, watching and admiring the rainbow. The sixth exercise refers to the well-known and already recognized mapping of the mind, when you draw on paper - in the middle a topic, the main one, and as branches from it what makes it or should. Exercise 7 involves squinting relaxed and imagining an object, and then looking at it from all sides, changing the look and color in your mind, first a familiar object and then a completely unknown object. Be detailed in this, that's how inventions are made. Prepared by Spasoje Vlajić