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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I’ve been struggling with my blog. Not for a lack of subjects, but rather for a lack of voice. I’ve been jumpy and unable to concentrate, constantly looking over my metaphorical shoulder to see if I’ve overlooked something more important and urgent than attending to these words. Yet I can’t see anything there beyond a […]
Gifted and creative individuals often have a hard time at parties – or any other social gathering – for these reasons: – Their sense of the value of time makes it hard for them to communicate without a specific purpose. So if they’re not looking for a hook-up or a job, for example, they become […]
[This post was once published in the now-superseded ezine ‘Dynamic Living’ under the title: ‘Learning to live with ‘Stupidity’] We’ve all said it, often with additional expletives: “How could they be so stupid?!” “They” are often in authority – the government, the boss, the school board – but they can also be peers or subordinates. […]