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  1. Geniuses are often accused of lacking common sense, or emotional sensitivity.
  2. Geniuses are opportunity seekers. (Web site)
  3. Geniuses are usually surrounded by other people. (Web site)
  4. Geniuses are generally able to get their ideas across to others. (Web site)
  5. Geniuses are frank, forthright and honest. (Web site)


  1. Some research shows that reasons other than maladjustment make companionship difficult to find for geniuses.
  2. ENTERPRISE. Geniuses are opportunity seekers.
  3. PERCEPTION. Geniuses have their mental radar working full time.
  4. PERFECTIONISM. Geniuses cannot tolerate mediocrity, particularly in themselves.
  5. OPTIMISM. Geniuses never doubt they will succeed.

Geniuses Know

  1. PERSUASION. Geniuses know how to motivate people to help them get ahead.
  2. IMAGINATION. Geniuses know how to think in new combinations, see things from a different perspective, than anyone else.
  3. DEVOTION TO GOALS. Geniuses know what they want and go after it.


  1. Finally, an essay must answer the question, a point which is often forgotten as students fall victim to Evil Geniuses Nos.
  2. In the rush to finish exam essays in the allotted time, the temptations of the Geniuses can often lead even the most steadfast students astray.


  1. The worlds greatest geniuses have all had 24 personality characteristics in common and you can develop the same traits yourself, says an expert.
  2. The "Boop-Oop-A-Doop" collection is Great American Ink-s exclusive tribute one of animation's greatest geniuses, Max Fleischer.
  3. A new website located at offers a fascinating look into the lives and achievements of some of the greatest geniuses in the world.
  4. His musical talent was evident from infancy and he is now regarded as one of the greatest musical geniuses.
  5. Estimated IQs of the Greatest Geniuses - Find out which historical genius is considered to have the greatest IQ - some surprises I think. (Web site)

Evil Geniuses

  1. The Knee-Jerk Nihilist is the most sophisticated, most dangerous, and most evil of the Geniuses.
  2. That's what happens when Mass Man follows Evil Geniuses, when Pinky follows Brain, and when Cad follows Simon.
  3. As the term suggests, evil geniuses are characters of great intelligence who choose to use their knowledge for antisocial ends.
  4. There are evil geniuses who change the world, too, but I don't want to even remind you of them. (Web site)


  1. According to conventional wisdom, geniuses are different from everyone else.
  2. Without geniuses, our understanding of mathematics, literature and music would be completely different. (Web site)
  3. Cox also found that different fields have quite widely varying average IQs for their acknowledged leading geniuses. (Web site)
  4. The Six Evil Geniuses of Essay Writing come in many different forms, but their main avatars are described below.
  5. Geniuses look at problems in many different ways Genius often comes from finding a new perspective that no one else has taken.


  1. Albert Einstein Intellectuals solve problems, geniuses prevent them.
  2. Did you know that Einstein, one of the greatest geniuses of the last century, did not speak until he was four years old and didn't read until he was seven. (Web site)


  1. KNOWLEDGE. Geniuses continually accumulate information.
  2. Again, contrary to the mantras of several of the Evil Geniuses, essays are not simply receptacles for regurgitated factual information.
  3. Self-taught geniuses, on the other hand, often explore information in unexpected or inventive ways, due in part to their lack of formal training. (Web site)
  4. For more information on these etymological roots, see Genius (mythology).Gifted Geniuses come gifted with phenomenal brilliance.


  1. The creativity of geniuses also relates to productivity and hard work. (Web site)
  2. Geniuses like Einstein are also known for their creativity and productivity -- and sometimes for their quirky behavior. (Web site)


  1. But a look at some of the ordinary and extraordinary imperfections of a few great minds reveals that geniuses are just like us. (Web site)
  2. Fortunate Newton!” --John Banville, The Guardian“Gleick [is] a clever tour guide to the minds of great geniuses.


  1. Vigilance and Intellectual Honesty The Six Evil Geniuses come in myriad guises, but avoiding them and their ilk is essential to writing quality essays.
  2. Unlike all geniuses, they also have honesty, integrity, a sense of humor, and a talent for disseminating their views throughout the world. (Web site)


  1. And although geniuses are fairly easy to spot, defining exactly what makes one person a genius is a little trickier.
  2. As a result of their narcissism, as a result of their self-love, geniuses have difficulty loving another person.
  3. Because it’s difficult for them to love another person, geniuses are often bachelors.


  1. ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE. Geniuses are generally able to get their ideas across to others.
  2. OUTGOINGNESS. I've found geniuses able to make friends easily and be easy on their friends.


  1. And all geniuses have a very important aptitude in common -- they have an abundance of creative intelligence. (Web site)
  2. But it is the real geniuses who invent things and expand our understanding, knowledge and abundance, who really shape the world we live in. (Web site)


  1. Lists geniuses with highest IQs and links to pages all about them. (Web site)
  2. You'll find links to the secret world of geniuses included below here. (Web site)
  3. Packed with links to pages all about living and historical geniuses in all fields of endeavour especially the sciences and philosophy. (Web site)


  1. Creative geniuses are geniuses because they know "how" to think, instead of "what" to think. (Web site)
  2. Not all geniuses are altruistically minded, but all geniuses leave us with a much greater understanding of intelligence and how to think like they did. (Web site)


  1. Here too, accomplished geniuses in intellectual fields start out in many cases as child prodigies, gifted with superior memory, or just understanding.
  2. I think that geniuses don't start with a clean slate, they must have some sort of backing on which their genius can flower. (Web site)


  1. This implies that geniuses may not make good leaders of those substantially less gifted and that they could have disdain for authority.
  2. Socio-emotional problems are more prevalent in geniuses with an IQ above 145.
  3. ENTHUSIASM. Geniuses are so excited about what they are doing, it encourages others to cooperate with them.
  4. According to their IQ ratings (and near-perfect SAT scores), the three friends qualify as geniuses.
  5. And while intelligence is central to genius, not all geniuses score well on intelligence tests or perform well in school. (Web site)


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