Children Above 180 IQ: Reflections

At the time I’m writing this, it’s been just over three years since my coauthor, Will White, and I, published our follow-up study of Leta Hollingworth’s original case studies of twelve exceptionally gifted children from the early 20th Century. This effort was among the most rewarding of my varied adult life: scholar, assessment developer, spiritualContinue reading “Children Above 180 IQ: Reflections”

Finding the Others: Groups for the Gifted

One issue that gifted individuals find themselves in is how to cope with loneliness. Having unique quality and degree of perspective is by definition a difference, can be a lonely existence. Finding others who have also had to cope with this difference, building and exploring language related to it can set you on a pathContinue reading “Finding the Others: Groups for the Gifted”

“Why gifted coaching?”

This is a fair question. Giftedness is a dose of perspective that allows its holder facility with language and/or problems and/or big concepts. This perspective allows one to learn quickly, and over time, accounts for differences in the way one interacts with the world. People can and do react differently to someone with different perspective,Continue reading ““Why gifted coaching?””