Tech & Science Steve Jobs: All highly intelligent people have this quality.
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People with high IQs are not just intelligent, they have certain skills. According to Steve Jobs, this characteristic is particularly typical for them.
It is well known that in order to be considered particularly intelligent, it is not enough just to have good grades in school. High IQ people also have skills that set them apart and make them stand out from the crowd. One quality is particularly typical, as the legendary Apple co-founder Steve Jobs revealed a few years ago in a conversation with the Academy of Achievement.
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Highly intelligent people share this trait
According to Steve Jobs, high intelligent people share a certain trait, namely that they get a bird's eye view of things . Instead of getting lost in the little things, take a step back and look at the big picture. In order to get this view of things, Steve Jobs says it is important to soak up all the information and insights around you and to explore the world "in a unique and unexpected way": "You mustn't have the same experiences as everyone else, otherwise you make the same connections and you are not innovative. "
Scientific studies also back up Job's point of view. It was found out that people with a higher IQ share the characteristic of being extremely open to new ideas and experiences in order to broaden their horizons and to be able to gain a bigger view of everything. By the way: According to the latest studies, collecting new ideas and experiences also has a positive effect on health. In this way, intellectual decline in old age can be specifically prevented if one maintains an intellectual openness and devotes oneself to a variety of interests even into old age.
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