You could learn a new trade, continue your education, visit new places which challenges your brains capacity to adapt to new settings.
You can read, watch the news, and learn new things.
Bring new experience and information into your life and share with others.
Work with others, volunteer, or teach something to someone else.
Talk to intelligent people.
Meditate, do puzzles or games that help with brain training, and the list goes on.
by Koralee Phillips 5 years ago
What does it mean if someone is intelligent, but has problems with technical things?They can think logically and analytically, but have issues such as: No sense of direction, can't read a map or a compass, no technical abilities. For example, if a button gets pushed on a remote they have no idea...
by Dreatech 7 years ago
What can I do to increase my intelligent naturally?Want to know if there's really anything I can do often, to help me grow mentally, enormously.
by kdawson 20 months ago
Do smart people scare you?Do you think "average" people are frightened by "intelligent" people. I don't consider myself that intelligent, but apparently come across that way and it seems to put some people off.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 12 months ago
Tommy Sotomayor, who is a Black Youtube radio host, indicated that Blacks have lower IQs than Caucasians. Mr. Sotomayor confirmed that this lower IQ is evident among Blacks is evident that Blacks haven't created anything of significance. He indicated that countries w/a Caucasian...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
Why do so many highly intelligent, even prodigiously intelligent people with excellenteducations and with every conceivable opportunity and advantages don't succeed up to their intellectual, educational, and socioeconomic level? There are those who are blessed with intelligence,...
by Ashantina 7 years ago
What is the hardest life lesson you had to learn?And have you really learned your lesson...?
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