5 Behaviors You’ll Only Notice In a Brilliant Or Intelligent Person
Hello Bestie fam – In today’s article I’m gonna show you 5 Behaviors You’ll Only Notice In a Brilliant Or Intelligent Person.
So, let’s begin:
1. The Humility of Failure: Can you admit when you’re wrong? Are you embarrassed by your mistakes? Most people get defensive when they fail, there’s a common misconception that failing means your weak, stupid, weak or lazy; society assumes the all successful people are intelligent, while anyone who fails is not – that is not just true! But brilliant people know a simple truth about success;every successful person was once a failure, they failed again and again until they found success.
2. Freedom in Diversity: Brilliant people are always thinking; one week they’re diving into the analogues of history, the next they’re exploring complex mechanics or learning a new language. To a brilliant person this projects are a form of freedom, they satisfy their curiosity and expand their horizons; each project widens their prospective by challenging them to do something they’ve never done before.
3. Insightful Listening: Do intelligent people spend more time talking or listening? We expect intelligent people to talk more than they listen, after all they have the most intelligent things to say; but the truth is – brilliant people spend most of the time with their mouths closed! Brilliant people are extraordinary listeners, they’re receptive to new perspectives! They’re always quiet and patient no matter what subject you’re talking about.
4. Bizarre Exploration: We talked about how many projects a brilliant person has? But the nature of those projects is even stranger; it’s common to highly intelligent people to adopt obscure and mismatched hobbies, why? Well, because intelligent people enjoy exploring untouched and bizarre subjects; they’re drawn to niche interest because these hobbies spark their curiosity; also most strange hobbies are also creative, complicated and confusing – they’re done best in solitude and require a lot of research which attract a lot of people.
5. The Price of Perceptiveness: Many brilliant people have exceptional observational skills; paired with high emotional intelligence, they’re perceptive in the way most people are not. These perceptiveness is one of the greatest strengths and one of their greatest weakness, on the strong side; brilliant people notice hints and signals that others overlook, they’re the first to identify changes in their environment