If you’re hoping to expand your intelligence further, you may wish to start by asking yourself a few questions regarding your current lifestyle and mental ability.
Did you know that humans can absorb the equivalent of 34 GB of information each day? Make the most of this by opening up your inner wisdom and learning as much as you possibly can.
These questions can help you tap into your own inner wisdom and develop your intuition. As a result, you’ll begin to think quicker on the spot, be able to draw fair conclusions and increase your ability to make difficult decisions.
What does ‘smart’ really mean?
So, you’ve made the decision to become ‘smarter’, but you’ll need to decide what your goals are before heading off in search of knowledge. Take a moment to determine what being ‘smart’ really means to you.
Do you consider someone smart if they can reel off endless facts, or are you envious of those who make decision making a breeze?
By understanding how you view intelligence, you’ll be able to work out what exactly you’d like to achieve and how, which is the first step in improving your ability.
What can I do?
In this day and age, many people expect others to tell them what to do, for example, their friends, family or even a mental health professional.
However, while these people may have thoughtful suggestions, only you can know what would truly stimulate your mind. Ask yourself what’s missing in your life. Are you bored? Do you want to progress in your career? Are you interested in a new hobby? All of these questions relate to the question ‘What can I do?’ so ask yourself this, before creating a plan for expanding your knowledge.