Chrysippus

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    maya
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    Lauren Baxter
    Lauren Baxter commented on Chrysippus's wall:
    Oh hello there Chrysippus. I see that you're interested in the works of Socrates. I heard through the best essay writing company about his contributions to philosophy, he was indeed an impressive philosopher.
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    JCD
    JCD commented on Chrysippus's wall:
    The majority of the gifted in the highest range are INTP, and are risk avoiders until being supported to develop risk taking behavior, also highly gifted could be ambiverts but remain introverts until a safe environment comes into place.. there is ...
    1 year ago
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    Chrysippus
    Chrysippus commented on Chrysippus's wall:
    Just so I don't look like a complete malcontent. IQ and personality types: http://research.similarminds.com/intelligence-test-performance-and-myers-briggs-type/28 The leadership personality ...
    1 year ago
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    Chrysippus
    Chrysippus commented on Chrysippus's wall:
    While that's true, it hasn't been proved historically that the purpose of intelligent people is to lead. If your IQ is 140 and you are propelled, 60 years (7pts/decade) into the future the Flynn effect will not make you normal. You'd only reason ...
    1 year ago
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    F. S. Miller
    F. S. Miller commented on Chrysippus's wall:
    "We can only assume our evolutionary niche" - but are required to function in a society outside of said 'niche'.
    1 year ago
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    Chrysippus
    Chrysippus commented on Chrysippus's wall:
    We can only assume our evolutionary niche, what remediation is there for that?
    1 year ago
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  • maya
    by maya 2 months ago
    You have done a great job. I will definitely dig it and personally recommend to my friends. I am confident they will be benefited from this site. duck life 5
  • Lauren Baxter
    by Lauren Baxter 10 months ago
    Oh hello there Chrysippus. I see that you're interested in the works of Socrates. I heard through the best essay writing company about his contributions to philosophy, he was indeed an impressive philosopher.
  • F. S. Miller
    by F. S. Miller 1 year ago
    I think you may have misunderstood me; I wasn't referring to leadership. Those that are "inappropriately excluded" may not necessarily need to lead, they only need enablement to be who and what they are.
  • JCD
    by JCD 1 year ago
    The majority of the gifted in the highest range are INTP, and are risk avoiders until being supported to develop risk taking behavior, also highly gifted could be ambiverts but remain introverts until a safe environment comes into place.. there is where the exclusion damages the most.. just my 2 cents.
  • Chrysippus
    by Chrysippus 1 year ago
    Just so I don't look like a complete malcontent.

    IQ and personality types:
    http://research.similarminds.com/intelligence-test-performance-and-myers-briggs-type/28

    The leadership personality type:
    https://www.16personalities.com/enfj-personality

    The most common personality type:
    https://www.16personalities.com/isfj-personality
  • Chrysippus
    by Chrysippus 1 year ago
    While that's true, it hasn't been proved historically that the purpose of intelligent people is to lead. If your IQ is 140 and you are propelled, 60 years (7pts/decade) into the future the Flynn effect will not make you normal. You'd only reason well enough that people of the future could make sense of you. At that point you could fit into a team, except you couldn't because you would be grossly outside of your niche again. Now if you age into that position, as we all do, you have first mover advantage and can play the long game, but only if you make it into the upper echelons at an early age (and the disparity will not vanish). If you leave school at an early age, rather than attending advanced learning at an early age, you've lost all tribal recognition. You might expect remediation for that, but really that's not a crime. Regulars can't be expected to communicate with or evaluate irregs. I'd suggest better for a leadership position would be a 145 Iq lead a 160-180 team, it seems reflective of Thomas Edison's rather successful run at things.
  • F. S. Miller
    by F. S. Miller 1 year ago
    "We can only assume our evolutionary niche" - but are required to function in a society outside of said 'niche'.
  • Chrysippus
    by Chrysippus 1 year ago
    We can only assume our evolutionary niche, what remediation is there for that?