Daydreaming Is A Sign Of Greater Intelligence
Is genius more than a measure of raw intelligence? I think it is. There are geniuses in art, music, theater as well as math, science and physics. How do we know them? Some experts says it's by the quality and volume of their production and the transformative nature of their work. Oh, and there's this clue too. Your head is often in the clouds - daydreaming!
Georgia Institute of Technology studied the brain patterns of more than 100 people. They discovered participants with more efficient brains tended to daydream most. John Lennon, considered by many to be a musical genius, wrote these famous and powerful lyrics - "You may say I'm a dreamer, But I'm not the only one. I hope someday you'll join us and the world will be as one."
......sorry, lost my place, I was daydreaming!
The G.I.T. researchers say that one clue to brain efficiency is if you can zone in and out of conversations or tasks when appropriate, and naturally tune back in without missing anything. That's an indication of an efficient brain having too much brain capacity to stop their minds from wandering.
Sounds like me...wait, I don't claim genius status... but I am a daydreamer so .....