Intelligence – the ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills.
As simple as that definition lays out the meaning of the word, many people cannot and have not mastered the skills of intelligence.
I am not talking about being a genius or an idiot here, but about the simple elements that are incorporated into our everyday lives that test our level of intelligence based on how we react, how we problem solve and how we adapt.
With different people having different ways of doing the aforementioned, it is inevitable that these people will also exhibit different emotional traits.
One of these traits is a difference in socialization and how it is perceived. Intelligent people, unlike many of their unintelligent peers are likely to have lesser friends, be more introverted and seek less attention and approval from external forces. Here’s why…
Watch the video below to learn more:
What did you learn from watching, and do you exhibit any of the traits associated with being intelligent?