If gifted people want to fit in, they obviously need sufficient Gifted Space. How much do you need? Read on . . . Take a seat in the sky and look down at people on the move. See how they respond when they get physically closer to each other. In Japan they’ll touch. In Texas […]
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Luxury and the gifted do not always sit comfortably together. We are intense. We are obsessive. Our work ethic can make us dismissive of others. Especially others whose casual ease with luxury can seem a moral insult. Yet by denying ourselves the same ease we also deny ourselves some access to love and perhaps to […]
When I suggest to female friends or clients that they might be gifted they squirm, they get angry, they laugh it away. “Gifted? Moi? I don’t think so!” In itself this is not too much of a surprise. Many clients react to the realization of their giftedness in the same way I did: initial relief, […]