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Da Vinci "Code of conduct"

Da Vinci "Code of conduct"

Posted by P N Chen on 15th Feb 2014

Those concerned with creative, professional, personal and spiritual Self Development often value the virtues of journal writing.

Leonardo da Vinci  was a genuine Renaissance versatile Artist, Inventor, and Engineer. Some say that the term "

Renaissance Man" was named after him.

Da Vinci started writing journals when he was 26 and continued writing for the rest of his life. It is believed that he produced at least 50 notebooks and it is estimated that during his life he produced between 20,000 to 28,000 pages of notes and sketches about his work related subjects and everything else that interested him.

Leonardo da Vinci’s journals are a valuable part of his work and served him as a tool for brainstorming and developing his ideas and inventions.

Many times da Vinci used ”mirror writing" and you can only read the text reflected in a mirror. Experts debate whether his "mirror writing" was designed to keep his notes safe while he designed tanks, warfare machines, and other inventions

In his journals, da Vinci continuously combined artistic drawings side by science and technological writings.

BWM Collection Daily Notebook Planners implement Da Vinci Journals as model and practice designed to advance your personal development and self-awareness.

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