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How Geniuses Think Differently From The Rest

Since time immemorial, genius people have always been considered strange due to the habits they portray. This starts from the way they perceive the world, react and think. It is true that sometimes, genius is hated for being themselves or even misunderstood in what they do or say.

Arthur Schopenhauer once said that talents do hit targets that no one can but geniuses hit a target that not everyone can see. This can be translated to their way of thinking because it is very different from the rest of the people.

The way a mediocre person perceives things in the world is different from how a genius will perceive. The things that might seem dangerous and harmful to you, to a genius they might be just but mere things that can be tackled with ease.

The beauty of being a genius is seen in how active and productive they are. Geniuses often ding was time. Most of the time, they will be spending their time on the things that interest them and make them productive. Though they might not be lucky or right every time they do something, they are never carried away by their failures.

Fear is the greatest barrier to success among many people. However, to a genius, fear can be given a priority in their lives. They believe that no one is a percent and thus, failure, is part of the life of a human being.

Instead of viewing things using a single unidimensional map approach, geniuses view things using a multiple multidimensional map approach. This helps them to apply logic and critical thinking to conclude the problem they were solving. This can also be done using the hardest idea they ever came across.

The more you think of a problem, the more you get many answers to solving it. This is another feature of genius that differentiates them from mediocre or normal people. Whilst some may stop focusing on something because it's hard for them to tackle, geniuses always don't let anything pass them so easily. They visualize their thoughts to get important answers to solve their problems.

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Arthur Schopenhauer


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