字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント so you're about to build a team for a really groundbreaking project. Unfortunately, you don't know much about people you're choosing from. How do you know who is the sleeping genius that will help you win the day here? Some guidelines to follow. Take note of their working place, this one with all the pencils sharp and laid in line with pens. They must be punctual and diligent. Sure, but they're not what you're looking for. The person with five coffee cups, a leaning tower of paper and an overall mess on their desk. That's your prime candidate. Smart people often don't even care about orderliness, not because they're slackers, but because it's their unique way of seeing order. Observe how their mood changes. Your best bet is to find a person that constantly changes during the day that one moody in the morning and humming some merry tune the next time you see them has a better chance to turn out to be an intelligent person. It's cool to try to be predictable to others and easy to work with. But when your brain is filled with so many ideas, you simply don't have any time for that. Go for a walk with them and make a note on their paste. Imagine a flow of your thoughts is a river. Some people's flows air wide and steady. Others have a rushing mountain stream in their mind, and some slow this river down with damps. The faster the river goes, the harder it is for the person to slow down. We subconsciously met the speed of our thoughts with our walking pace. If someone walks really fast, they might be smart. Do they swear if there were some centering in real life, he would better follow loud beeping like a hot trail. It turns out smart people don't choose words. Remember the river of Thought I mentioned Now try to express a steaming geiser of ideas and words. At least a couple of centering beeps would be there for sure. Chop and slurp on lunch around them. No kidding. Expose a group of people to some annoying sounds like pen clicking or lip smacking. The 1st 1 to reach the boiling point and blow up has a great chance to be the smartest of the bunch. Let's face it, smart people like the prices of thinking when you're really involved in that it's like you're a conductor of an orchestra. Any annoying sound is as if someone starts crossing into a mic right behind your back. Spam them with quick messages, every message no longer than one. Line a ton of them, and it will show my point immediately. A smart person would get tired and completely uninvolved in this conversation after the first few of them to prove your guest further, try next time to record a voice message until everything you want in just one. This time, a smart person will answer shortly after and provide a full response. Look when they yawn more. If a person immediately become sleepy as soon as the sun goes down, they may not be the right choice, even if they're the brightest and most active in the morning. Smart people are more often night else and reach their peak productivity later in the day. They have trouble waking up early so they will yawn mawr in the early hours. Do they have pets? Our poppers and Ewing for balls are the universal sign of one's will to care for someone. Smart people are usually caring ones they like to watch after pets and share their lives with them. But unlike dogs, cats give less emotionally than they take from people. This suit's a person with a busy mind, much better. At the same time, cats are more independent and smart. People value independence both in themselves and others. Are they good at parties? At the dawn of mankind, the smartest cave people were destined to overcome bigger challenges and come up with something crucial for survival. The better they got in fire, making coming up with new tools and funding weapons, the less help they needed from others. Since then, rules never changed. And, although today we live in a different modern world, smart people are still loners. They feel awkward and anxious around. Other people threw a party and find the one who keeps to themselves. They may be quite smart. Does anyone get their jokes? Some people say any dumb joke and everyone around will laugh uncontrollably. We're not looking for them today. We're looking for those who are always on point. Well, it just cuts me out. They spit red hot, sharp bolts instead of jokes, but those have a bad habit of getting over their targets. Head Sometimes they're even sarcastic, and their humor has a bitter, dry taste. This scares a lot of people. Try to see this as a positive side. A little laugh is all that's needed to soften them a bit. Find a person with a passion for fidgets. They can't put down a Rubik's Cube, constantly spent a pen around their fingers or play with keys. This love for pointless automatic action comes from the same place as their fast walking speed. Smart people need to concentrate on their flow of thoughts, and it's hard to just sit into absolutely nothing. When you do so, check out how they treat deadlines, challenges the thing a mighty mind needs more than anything. Yet people are often stuck in work. They need to dio. Smart people would really like to be an exception, but they aren't so. They procrastinate to the point when they need to do all the stuff is fast as they can, because that's a challenge. This is why intelligence is sometimes confused with laziness. Don't mess it up. They disconnect from reality. Sometimes if you see a person zoning out right in the middle of the conversation, that's not because they disrespect you or they don't care. Sometimes talking to an extremely smart person is like playing with matches at a firework factory, One word can become a little spark that will jump start the process of explosive creativity and another person's head. This zoning out may well be the sign that some fireworks have gone off right now. They won't be stubborn in an argument. You may think of smart people as of some level head know it all smarty pants, but that's not the case. The ancient Greek philosopher Socrates famously said. I know that I know nothing and he was really intelligent. Obviously, smart people don't have a goal of knowing everything, but they want to learn Maur and Maur. That's why they don't like to argue alive. There is proof or indisputable evidence, or there is not. Either way, the argument is meaningless. They like cold showers. Smart people subconsciously want to cool down. They like open windows, walking without socks and cold showers. The latter keeps the mind sharp and focused, allowing smart people to do more. They work especially well in the morning, when the brain is still half asleep. Even coffee can't do better. So how did you score? Smarty Pants told me in the comments. Hey, if you learn something new today, then give the video alike and share it with a friend. And here are some other cool videos I think you'll enjoy. Just click to the left or right, and remember, stay on the bright side of life.