By Lea Stublarec, written for IG’s Writing Month Compilation. Gifted people can go from being out-of-sync to in-sync when they intentionally work to find their own tribe. Sometimes that means healing their inner tribe too.… Read More
By Jennifer Harvey Sallin. As a gifted person, what should you do with your life? How should you use your talents? How can you find your inner callings and attain excellence in your domains of interest? … Read More
By Jennifer Harvey Sallin. Learning as an adult that you are gifted can create chaos in your life. Learn about the steps that gifted adults go through in their giftedness discovery journey and how gifted coaching can help you put your life back in order!… Read More
With Georges Nédellec. Hypnosis is not spooky mind control, it’s just a natural state of the brain that gifted people can use to tune into their creativity and to explore their awareness of possibilities.… Read More
By Sandra Pfluger. Have you ever thought about the difference between perfectionism and excellence? While perfectionism as a goal can paralyze you as a gifted person, excellence can inspire you and allow you to be human!… Read More
By Jennifer Harvey Sallin. Finally, a book specific to giftedness in the workplace! A great read for any gifted adult or teen who is struggling, or has ever struggled with, career indecision or workplace issues.… Read More
By Willem Kuipers. It’s not only that gifted people can handle complexity, but they actually need it to do well in life! Without complexity, their work feels fragmented or superficial and they can lose motivation entirely.… Read More
By Jennifer Harvey Sallin. Paula Prober’s book opens up a world where change is possible for a “rainforest mind” who wants to positively impact their relationships, career, family, personal development, and self-esteem. Highly recommended!
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By Jennifer Harvey Sallin. What are the differences between step-by-step thinking, skip thinking and meta thinking? Highly gifted people are meta-thinkers, mildly gifted people are skip thinkers, and non-gifted people are step-by-step thinkers. Learn more in the excerpt from Jennifer’s upcoming book on giftedness.… Read More
By Jennifer Harvey Sallin. Carried emotions are feelings that we take from other people and confuse with our own feelings. Learn about how you can identify them and free yourself from them!… Read More
Often accompanied by an intense inner disharmony, giftedness has more than once been confused with pathology in the course of history. However, rather than mental weakness or illness, Dabrowski looked at giftedness as a great catalyst for self-actualization. An article by Jennifer Harvey Sallin.… Read More
Jennifer Harvey Sallin started InterGifted in 2015 as a means to connect gifted peers around the world. In this article she shares her experience of publicly talking about being gifted for the first time, her motivations for creating InterGifted, how gifted people can recognize giftedness in themselves and others, and why it’s not arrogant to be sincerely who you are.