Intellectual: A bad-ass!
“There’s no Genius without madness!”
Yeah! Today we’ll see the quirks of being an Intellectual. For being an Intelligent there’s no need to be Rich & Good looking.
Checkout seven quirks:
- Ohkay! Fine, I got it!
Intellectual people are flexible and able to thrive in different settings. Intelligence depends on being able to change your own behaviors in order to cope more effectively with your environment or make changes to the environment you’re in.
2. I don’t know.
The smartest folks are able to admit when they aren’t familiar with a particular concept. Attitude is like: ‘I don’t know but I can learn it.”
3. Hey! What’s in there?
This prodigious curiosity about the world around you may be one of the keys to intelligence.
As per our research: it’s the summation of Childhood Intelligence & Openness to experience.
4. I, Me aur Mein!
Intellectual people are always love to be alone, they’re damn “Individualistic”. They find themselves more interesting and satisfied than being with friends and families.
5. Let me do this!
They have these things in their control:
-Clarity of Goals
-Considering consequences before they actually begin
Considering an Instance:
We’ve given a choices to several people:
1. Paying small-small amount for larger period
2. Paying larger amount in smaller period
Those who’ve chosen 2nd option are more likely to be more controlled and intellectual in life.
6. He got her!
Yes! Intellectual people have great sense of Humor.
Often, comedians have greater Verbal Intelligence.
5. I care for your Being.
Smart people can “almost feel what someone is thinking/feeling”.
Some psychologists argue that empathy, being attuned to the needs and feelings of others and acting in a way that is sensitive to those needs, is a core component of Emotional Intelligence. Emotionally intelligent individuals are typically very interested in talking to new people and learning more about them.
6. That’s totally Cool!
Smart people don’t close themselves off to new ideas or opportunities. They believe in value and broad-mindedness and that they are “open to alternative solutions.”
7. Naah! Not at all.
Talking about skepticism, might seem that they’re tough to get convinced.
An intelligent mind has a strong aversion to accepting things on face value and therefore withholds belief until presented with ample evidence.
For now this is it, See you again!(Reached to 2.9B)
Well, It is an intellectual one! ;)