Creativity: Tips and Tricks to Become More Creative and Intelligent
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Narrated By: , , ,
Date: December 2020
Duration: 3 hours 22 minutes
This is a combo of 4 separate titles, which relate to the following topics:
Topic 1: We all have some creativity in us, but it seems like some people are better equipped to tap into that part of their brains. Some people naturally think outside the box. They come up with new ideas constantly.
So, what separates these individuals with sheep who follow the general trends? Which parts of their cerebral capacities do they trigger so well?
Topic 2: Dopamine has been the topic of many debates and discussions among neuroscientists, clinicians, and analysts. It has been controversial and fascinating at the same time. Dopamine seems to give us motivation to succeed, to exercise, to seek rewards, to survive, and to procreate. It rewards us when we follow our instincts and can be the source of addictive behavior.
Topic 3: What makes one person more intelligent than another? What is it and how do we measure it?
In this guide, we’ll touch on those things, which lie at the heart of the definition and accomplishment of this term. We will also go over the best ways to work less hard but smarter. The Alfred Binet theories and Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale will be discussed, as well as the success of highly intelligent people, personality traits, and lots more. In only a short number of pages, you can learn more than you think.
Topic 4: By now, you may have heard about the differences between regular intelligence and emotional intelligence. But what makes a person really emotionally intelligent? And why is it so important to be emotionally intelligent? Those are some of the things we will discuss in this book.