How to be Intelligent

Friday, August 30, 2019

Hello friends! Today, I am summarizing a video that many of you enjoyed - that is, the one surrounding the topic of "Feminine Intelligence".

There exists this misconception that feminine women are unintelligent. Please realize that women bashing other women based on their intelligence, is often a subconscious mating strategy - the practice of tearing someone else down in order to make themselves appear more or of equal attractiveness.

I wanted to emphasize the importance of developing your intelligence in order to bond with others - an essential feminine trait. If you are single, please be advised that masculine and high-quality men seldom pursue unintelligent women - this is a misconception propelled by culture. Intelligent feminine women serve as the backbone in their households, raising the next generation of individuals and being receptive to the needs of others as excellent homemakers.

If you have not yet watched the video, I think it is a great addition to this blog post. Some of you indicated that the speed is slightly fast - I recommend changing the playback speed to a slower setting if it suits your preference.

1. Emotional Intelligence
This is an excellent tool to develop to better understand and be receptive of the emotions of others. If you are working in a traditionally feminine career, emotional intelligence will definitely help you succeed in your chosen field. In the home, this will better help lay the foundation

2. Academic Intelligence
Take the time to learn the importance of referencing scholarly studies and resources, when fact checking. This will prevent you from falling pray to false media and misconstrued facts. If you do not have a library membership, use google scholar to research topics. Remember to reference the citations, ensuring that they do n

3. Current Events
Learn to filter your bias and look at what opposing political viewpoints are saying. Women are often the dialogue creators in the household. You are going to want to learn how to properly debate, so that you can equip your family with the tools necessary to battle adversity in modern culture.

4. Languages
Continue to develop your language - implementing new vocabulary on a monthly or weekly basis. If you have the gift of another language, continue to practice it. Language skills are proven grey-matter development tools. Writing in the form of journaling can also help you with this.

5. Pursue your Passions
Engage in a hobby that helps you practice focus and fortitude.

6. Nourish your Body
This one is fairly straight-forward. Ensure that you are sleeping, staying hydrated and nourishing your body with excellent nutrients.

7. High Quality Friends
I like to surround myself with people who inspire me and help me grow as an individual. People who provide stimulating conversation are my kind of friends. These people help me reflect on my own thought patterns, and lead me in the direction of fostering new ideas.

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