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 added three more article ‘reprints’ to the Dynamic Living archive. One of them has already been published as a post but the other two are new. They are: Have you hugged your anger today? * Find out why recognizing and accepting your anger can be a major help in life: and how to achieve […]
A true story. Sam and Dave (that’s the only untruth because they’re not their real names) went to the same English private school. They had very similar, very high IQs. They were both recognized by their teachers as having outstanding potential. Sam went on to Cambridge University, became President of the Union, a Conservative MP […]
This is my second post to announce the addition of article ‘reprints’ from Dynamic Living. This time there are only three, but all three are pretty meaty. That means that once again these are much longer than typical posts and cover these topics: Prorexia: a cure for a jaded appetite for life. How to maintain […]
This is a short post to announce the addition of the first article ‘reprints’ from Dynamic Living. I’ve included a full index but I’ve only had time to add links to the first six articles. These articles tend to be much longer than typical posts and cover these topics: What is Dynamic Living? Issues for […]
The presenter on corporate social responsibility was a quiet young woman. Her presentation was excellent: informative, business-specific and carefully considered. The audience of senior managers was at first skeptical and then drawn into her conclusions. She had won them over. Until . . . The first question from the floor was very positive: “How do […]
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 […]