We all have at least two distinct and recognizable selves that we switch back and forth between.
In this article we'll look at intelligence, but we could also look at the character, the attitude, the moral fortitude of the selves... but because I look at the world through the frame of smart and stupid, and only secondarily through loyal/disloyal, I'll write this article on the intelligence level of your two selves.
Why am I such a Nazi when it comes to who I am willing to work with?
Remember the soup Nazi? Who ran his soup takeout shop like a prison camp? And people lined up and waited patiently to be given soup... that was so good, and so hard to come by, they were willing to earn it... I want to be like the soup Nazi.
There is a fundamental built-in error in tests that involve answering questions about ourselves.
I have found that personality tests that rely on your knowing yourself and to predict what you would do in certain situations, are profoundly flawed. 1
I say this after working with thousands of people, one-on-one, observing them, feeling them (I am an empath) and comparing who and how they are compared to what they say about themselves.
The gap is significant between the two.
You believe yourself different from who you are, and you fill out your questionnaire by your belief. But your actions will still be consistent with who you really are, how you really behave, your real attitude, your real self, and you'll be way off in your test results... 2
This is continuing the theme I started in my last post, looking at your life and priorities. This is a politically incorrect article... The footnotes are really important in this article, don't miss them.
Let's take a near posthumous look at your life... so you can see what was important, and do it while you still have time.
If you are afraid of death: this is especially for you. 1
Someone who lives fully and does what is important to them, isn't afraid of death. They weren't afraid of life, they aren't afraid of death. That doesn't mean they want to die... they are just not driven to panic by the sight of an life that never happened.
Yesterday I spoke about wanting to get my work out... but upon further examination, I realized that I fell for the cultural, societal mumbo jumbo, that is designed to have you be unfulfilled, and lose your self interest.