Some of your characteristics may signify a higher than average intellect. Are you a night owl? Or a procrastinator? Then you are way smarter than you think!
We all have little things about ourselves that may seem useless or even annoying to other people at times. But hold off before you start beating yourself up or trying to change these little behaviors. You're probably a genius!
You’re a lefty. 0:52
You often freak out over the littlest things. 1:58
You have a good sense of humor. 2:47
You're a little on the nosy side. 3:41
You're a night owl. 4:34
You're extremely sensitive or easily distracted. 6:03
You walk a lot. 6:50
You realize how much knowledge you still lack. 7:28
You're a master of self-control. 8:09
You often procrastinate. 9:06
You're constantly munching on something. 10:00
You fall asleep from time to time during the day. 10:42
- Scientists found a link between left-handedness and a notion called “divergent thinking”, which is a kind of creativity that allows someone to generate new ideas.
- People who tend to worry a lot take the quality of their work more seriously.
- Humor influences intellect by exercising the brain and keeping it in tip-top shape. Next time your friends tell you to quit clowning around, just tell them you are exercising your intellect!
- Curiosity and an inquisitive mind make people more intelligent. Scientists had been observing 6,000 people born in the last 50 years, and they found that preteen children who had got the most points on IQ tests grew up to be more curious and open-minded adults.
- Scientists say that this preference for late hours could be due to the fact that brain activity (therefore, intellect) is so high that it challenges your body’s circadian rhythm.
- The harder it is for a person to stay focused, the cleverer they are. How so? Again, it’s that intense brain activity. It’s just too hard to control.
- People who live in cities built with a focus on walking have a higher intelligence indicator than those living in cities with lots of cars and other types of transport.
- The less bright a person is, the more they overestimate their cognitive abilities. The same goes the other way around. Intelligent people aren't afraid to say, “I don't know”, and if they don't know, they can find this thing out later.
- Intelligent people are able to overcome their impulses and suppress their emotions. They also typically think about the consequences before they do something.
- Scientists agree that intelligent people tend to postpone their tasks for later. Psychologist Adam Grant says that procrastination is the key to innovation. Steve Jobs managed to use his procrastination strategically, letting his brain rest and switching to completely different tasks before finishing the ones he had started.
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I guess you are highly intelligent if you intentionally search up these videos knowing full well they are made to make you think your a genius ... but you watch them anyways because your lonely and can’t really think of any way to know how intelligent you truly are, and you don’t really take in anything the video says because your intelligence is literally incapable of letting you believe this “proof” for more than 10 seconds...
You think about space and the universe on a daily bases, you disregard your life in the grand scheme of time and the species you belong to, you get a existential surreal feeling at thinking about all the unbelievable beings breathing on different planets all in the same timeline separated by unimaginable distances, that for all we know may be impossible to traverse ... you over think everything, you literally can’t just do something without thinking about all the ways it could go, if you start something you love, be it a hobby of any kind, you dream about being the best at it, your also willing to put the work in, but you think on it so much that you know how unlikely it is you ever get anywhere with it no matter your skill in said hobby, when your intelligence can hold you back, I believe that’s when you know you are in the high IQ category...
When you know things and care about things that don’t directly concern your life but does concern “life” in general like the Universe, your not normal IQ...
The signs are in all people so it means we're all smart. God created us with high intellectual. But if we are not using this kind of intellectual in a right way. It ended up in nonsense. Smart people is okay but if you don't work hard. Your brain is useless.
Here is something to try. I used to be completely a righty but it isn't hard to get your lefty skills up. Try writing with your left hand just single letters like ten a's then ten b's etc.... then the whole alphabet. Then try doing things you do every day left handed. It does not take long before you are usefully able to do many things left handed. I found that your brain does follow and I believe it widens your outlook.
Yes if fits me to a T. But it has become more of an inconvenience than advantage. I'd rather be a normal diligent person anytime than be a late-blooming lazy genius. Because people depend on me to get things done. Because of those traits above, I often end up disappointing them instead. I'm not a creative genius, I just have a chronic laziness.
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