Nikola Tesla, arguably the smartest person in history, never built MVPs.

He instead imagined all his inventions in his mind. He wouldn't bother build any models, draw any sketches, or anything. He'd go through every possible iteration in his mind—even simulating physics. Only once the design was perfected did he actually go and build it.

And every single time it turned out exactly as he'd imagined.

If you're able to tap into the same state of consciousness he did, you can do the exact same thing. You don't even need to build an MVP because this completely destroys the need for trial and error.

Now you might be asking yourself, "he was a genius, but I'm not, so I can't do it". That's not true, and it's also an excuse. Literally all Tesla was doing was accessing a specific state of consciousness, which can be accessed through various modalities such as meditation and psychedelics.

This is proven. If you compared his brain scans to those of advanced meditators, it would certainly be extremely similar. The same goes with people under the influence of psychedelics (although this is obviously a bit different).

This means you can replicate what he did. The reason almost no one does is simply because they don't believe they can, nor do they bother to put in the work to achieve such a feat. The average person probably wouldn't bother spending over a thousand hours meditating, for instance, to achieve such a level of consciousness. And most people who meditate don't even do it for purposes such as these, nor do most people who trip use it for creative purposes.

This is something I have noticed in my own work. My best work is created from a state of flow. I design everything almost entirely my mind. At most I draw a few very rough sketches to remember my ideas, or communicate with others if necessary. Then I go and build it. Every time it turns out super well. I have an intuitive hunch for when it's going to work or not.

I've barely scratched the surface of this, either. I've been doing a ton of work on my own consciousness, and I honestly expect to replicate Tesla's level pretty soon given the amount of meditation progress I've been making. Making such a claim isn't arrogant either, literally all limitations are self-imposed beliefs. There's no reason why anyone can't do this if they put in the work.

Our minds are far more malleable than most people realise. Especially what is acknowledged by mainstream reductionist science. There is hard evidence proving these kinds of things, such as psychic abilities, but it's dismissed. Not because of a lack of evidence, but because it goes against the grain.

It's real nonetheless. The people who truly exceed in this world are those who know this and are deliberately operating on this frequency. This is the next evolution in human progress, if operating at Tesla's level was the norm, the world today would be a completely different place.