In love it does not matter what you say, but what you feel. In poetry it does not matter what you feel, but what you say.
- Luis de Góngora (1561-1627)
Too much talking lowers intelligence - Another möbius by planksip
Inspired by Luis de Góngora (1561-1627)'s quote, "In love it does not matter what you say, but what you feel. In poetry it does not matter what you feel, but what you say.". The titled responsion is
The finger gently touches la bouche. Sssshhh is the watchword interruptions of silence. Perturbed perhaps, the slight annoyance offers greater potentials for listening, learning and raising your overall intelligence. Poetry is a portal.
It has been proven that too much talking lowers intelligence. There is no argument. There are plenty of studies that show this fact.
It's really unfortunate because talking is so important for many people who have a low intelligence to be able to communicate with people who do not know much about them. They need the ability to express themselves, especially in social situations. When you talk, you also learn how to make connections and relationships.
What are the signs that you need to stop talking about? Well if you are talking all day long and if you are not able to express yourself then your brain is probably at its absolute worst. It needs a chance to rest, recharge, and think.
Now we can't just turn around and say that you should stop talking or that talking can lower your intelligence. That's where the challenge comes in. You have to work on finding something that is more interesting than talking to other people. You might have to listen to some music or perhaps some books.
This will give your brain some time to relax and regenerate, which is the reason why people who are talking all day long sometimes don't seem to be able to think as well as those who are not. So take your time when you're talking to people and make sure that you are not going to talk all day.
Don't talk yourself to death. Sometimes it is very hard to find what is more interesting to you might have to give up talking for a while and concentrate on those things that are still interesting to you. Keep in mind that when you have a low IQ, you don't always think or do things right.
In order to be happy and have a healthy social life, you need to have an IQ that is above average for the type of person you are. Otherwise, you won't be able to make it out of high school, work in a company, or maintain a relationship. You have to learn to be patient, take it easy, learn from mistakes, and be the best that you can be.
If you can keep things simple in your life and not talk yourself to death, you'll be able to enjoy more of your life. and get better results in everything that you do. that's how you raise your intelligence in the long run.
Talking to people doesn't have to be a chore that is to be dreaded. It is possible to make it enjoyable by just stopping what you're doing and listening. You can also find ways to turn the conversation into more of a game and have some fun.
A very intelligent person will find it easier to understand others and they also tend to have more interesting conversations. By turning the conversation from one thing to another, they will also be more likely to come up with something new. that they might not have thought of before.
Intelligent people are usually the ones who are not shy. They are usually in a position to take risks and talk to people. Therefore they usually do not feel too intimidated by other people because they know that they have a chance to try something different.
So if you want to be successful in your life and raise your intelligence, don't always follow the crowd, talk to people in an interesting way that allows them to be entertained and to relax a little. Keep things fresh, interesting, and fun.
If you can do that, you'll find that you are actually attracting smarter, more intelligent people to your life. And that means you'll have a more enjoyable social life.
A tendency to rely on gut instincts rather than rational thought might also explain why a surprisingly high number of Mensa members believe in the paranormal; or why someone with an IQ of 140 is about twice as likely to max out their credit card.
Indeed, Stanovich sees these biases in every stratum of society. “There is plenty of dysrationalia – people doing irrational things despite more than adequate intelligence – in our world today,” he says. “The people pushing the anti-vaccination meme on parents and spreading misinformation on websites are generally of more than average intelligence and education.” Clearly, clever people can be dangerously, and foolishly, misguided.
So if intelligence doesn’t lead to rational decisions and a better life, what does? Igor Grossmann, at the University of Waterloo in Canada, thinks we need to turn our minds to an age-old concept: “wisdom”. His approach is more scientific than it might at first sound. “The concept of wisdom has an ethereal quality to it,” he admits. “But if you look at the lay definition of wisdom, many people would agree it’s the idea of someone who can make good unbiased judgement.”