There are all different kinds of people in the world, and all different kinds of leaders.  Are you the right one for the people you lead?  Discover your primary leadership style by using the quiz below…


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I have been spending quite a bit of time lately with a group of gifted adults who are, well, nothing less than amazing…


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In 2008, Susanne Jaeggi discovered an activity that increased the intelligence of its participants over time.  Would you like to try it?


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If you could do something that could ease someone else’s pain, would you do it?  What if it didn’t cost you anything?  And what if it actually made YOU better in the process, too?

It would be easy to say yes, wouldn’t it?


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Stay tuned…  ;)


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What is the norm, and what does it mean for us as gifted adults?

The norm is just that…the norm.   You know, normal.  It doesn’t take into account those who lie at the boundaries of life, who do things differently or think in a way that isn’t much like anyone else. The problem comes when those who are not part of the norm try to melt themselves into it.


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“He said this, she said that.  He rephrased his point and stated it again; she countered it with hers.  And in the end, no one got anywhere.”

Have you ever been in a situation like this before?  Having a conversation with someone that in the end gets you nowhere, or that you give up on just to get it to stop?


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We experience life with intensity and then try to hold onto all of it from day to day.  Even though carrying the world around on our shoulders doesn’t make much logical sense, we do it anyway.  So how can we just let go?


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There’s so much talk out there about introverts and extroverts many people are wondering which one they really are.  Well, it’s time to dispel some of the myths about the inner workings of the introvert.  You may be really surprised at some of these beliefs…


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Far too many times in life we’re faced with decisions about where to go or what to do, and sometimes we feel like we really haven’t a clue about which way to go. As gifted people, our creativity and imaginations kick in and and we consider, not only if we should go right or left, but if we should travel on one of the multitudes of variations anywhere in between. So how do we decide?


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Superheroes are people who change lives. Sometimes they do it in big and dramatic ways in front of hundreds of onlookers. And sometimes they do it more quietly, regardless of who’s around.

If you haven’t seen this yet, it’s definitely time to watch The Last Lecture.


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This article isn’t about giftedness per se, but it is something that we would revel at in amazement. What an incredible universe we live in.

This video using time-lapse photography was taken across a few days in April atop the highest mountain in Spain.  The views captured are outstanding.  And the clouds that churn like waves in the sea…  There are no words.


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As gifted adults, one of our dearest friends seems to be perfectionism.  And in some ways that can be a good thing.  But what is it that makes us this way?


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Update: Since we’ve got 100% interest in “How to Bring Yourself Up When You’re Feeling Down”, that will be our topic this Sunday.  Be sure to sign into your Facebook account early so you don’t miss a minute of conversation!

The link you’ll need to join in is right here.


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For many gifted adults, we live with life on full volume, our senses hovering near their peak most of the time.  So when someone blasts us with negativity it can drain our emotional energy in a matter of seconds.  What’s the solution?  Emotional martial arts!


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Do you recognize these monkeys?  They tell a story without saying a word.  But have you heard their story told like this?


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As gifted adults, we all have read books that have moved us, shaped us and made us think.  We’ve discovered words that have captured the essence of our thoughts and feelings, and phrases that have touched our hearts.  So we’re making a list…

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Every day we’re reshaping our brains. The field of neuroplasticity is gaining a growing body of information about how our brains change, even throughout our lives. But the question is, how exactly are we changing them?


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Three fears lead directly to underachievement: fear of failure, fear of success, and fear of making a mistake. Any of these fears can paralyze initiative. When all three are working, initiative grinds to a halt.  How many of these fears plague you?


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We spend so much of our time looking to others for answers – our families, our friends, our local experts, the internet.  And, yes, each one of them does play a role in helping us figure out who we are and what we want to do with our lives.  But there’s something very important that they can’t tell us


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