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10 Things Only A Creative Genius Will Understand - YouTube
▷ Number 1 - They can't work a strict schedule
Working a creative job in a non-creative, routine way is almost impossible. Because creativity isn't something that one can always manifest at will. If they're not feeling it, it's not happening. They don't do well in 9 to 5 jobs, or under bosses that insist on riding their ass. As a genius, they're better off being their own boss.

▷ Number 2 - They are playful
In every sense of the word. Their creativity thrives on humor and fun experiences. They can put themselves in goofy or childish situations. These situations make them feel alive, and sometimes that's all they need.

▷ Number 3 - A million ideas are always flowing through their mind
Creatives geniuses are chock-full of new and refreshing ideas, They just struggle on deciding which ones actually to pursue. Often, they see opportunity and possibility where others only see a dead-end. They use their imagination to fuel their work and passion.

▷ Number 4 - They wear their hearts on their sleeve.
They're extremely honest and highly expressive. They are open with their emotions and with others too. They don't fabricate stories or tell lies. They are often blunt and straightforward.

▷ Number 5 - They see obstacles as opportunities
Creatives geniuses have no interest in the mundane. So much so, that they'll often seek out barriers or boundaries to break through. Obstacles don't really exist for creatives. Instead, they see them as opportunities for growth and success.

▷ Number 6 - They are moody.
On the darker side; A creative genius can often be sad. Shifting between several moods a day depending on what is happening inside their restless minds. They also feel everything so deeply which can be the source of their suffering.

▷ Number 7 - They're very concerned with being true to themselves
They're not about to compromise who they are for the sake of others. Material objects are the last thing they're worried about; passion and the drive to create is what fuels them. They're only ever going to do the things that feel right for them, regardless of what others say or feel.

▷ Number 8 - They have a love-hate relationship with their work.
They can love it one day and hate it the next. They can feel like they just produced a masterpiece and then feel like they want to throw it away. It's a paranormal activity that can't be explained,
but as a genius, it's part of their lives, and they just learned how to live with it.

▷ Number 9 - They enjoy solitude, a lot
They need their solitude and time to be alone with their thoughts. This is how they recharge and reflect on their lives and their decisions. Much of their inspiration is garnered during time alone. This is also when they produce their best work or find the greatest ideas.

▷ Number 10 - Their emotions are very fluid
Because creative types regulate much of their life through emotion, rather than logic, As a creative genius, you will be highly prone to mood swings. It's not uncommon for them to go from happy and carefree one moment, to bitter and sorrowful the next.

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The Real Difference Between Google And Apple | Co.Design | business + design

' ... It’s a telling statistic about how Apple and Google operate differently. Apple is driven largely by a centralized development structure, stemming from its fabled design studio, whereas Google has a more distributed, open-source approach to new products. And to get a real picture of how this plays out organizationally, the Portland-based data visualization studio Periscopic created a series of visualizations custom for Co.Design, which compares "innovation signatures" charting the last 10 years of patents filed at Apple and Google. ... '

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FACS Tells Scientists When You're Faking A Smile

'From psychics to lie detectors, humans have always looked for ways to identify when someone is telling the truth. Researcher Paul Ekman may have developed one such method. It's called the Facial Action Coding System, or FACS, and it's surprisingly accurate.'

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Billionaire Elon Musk credits his success to these 8 books

'... Here are eight books that shaped the revolutionary entrepreneur:

1. "Structures: Or Why Things Don't Fall Down" by J.E. Gordon

2. "Benjamin Franklin: An American Life" by Walter Isaacson3. "Einstein: His Life and Universe" by Walter Isaacson

4. "Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies" by Nick Bostrom

5. "Merchants of Doubt" by Erik M. Conway and Naomi Oreskes

6. "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding

7. "Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future" by Peter Thiel

8. The "Foundation" trilogy by Isaac Asimov

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5 Facts of Psychology That You Need to Know

'Study of the human brain is one of the most complex and intriguing areas of research that is prominent today, and it has been this way since the 1870s, when psychology gained its independence from philosophy as a field of study. Technological advances and a seemingly endless amount of research have allowed us to learn a great deal about the brain, however we’ve still only scratched the surface.

Check out these five need-to-know facts of psychology, and maybe start living your life a bit differently:

1. If you announce your goals to others, you become less likely to achieve them because you lose motivation, studies show
2. Most people’s favorite song is associated with an emotional event in their lives
3. You’ll be happier spending your money on experiences, rather than material possessions
4. Kids are more high-strung these days, with high school students showing the same level of anxiety as the average psychiatric patient in the 1950’s
5. Surrounding yourself with happy people helps you to become happier too'
Check out these five need-to-know facts of psychology, and maybe start living your life a bit differently:
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