Happy Thirsty Thursday beauTAYful TAYsearchers. I’m up! Ya’ll up?

Written By Taysha Smith - July 08 2021

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TAY
July 09 2021

@Ebony The swirl that I have on my nails is the same swirl pattern I have on my toes. 😘😇

Xeu
July 09 2021

@Olivia The problem is that much of the time, when a person like Tay with an abnormally high IQ speaks…no one gives a crap to really listen. Everyone, especially in the American culture, doesn’t have a clue what bias is, nor how to control it, leading them to always seek evidence they’re correct, when they’re likely not. This bias makes them falsely have more confidence in their opinions and downplay their mistakes as not important. Those who are intelligent usually instead, seek to prove themselves wrong, because they’re more afraid of being wrong. And when they cannot, they know for a fact that they’re correct-versus the average, “I selectively found all the evidence I need online to prove what I’m saying without regard for evidence against!” People with high IQ think about ideas, and debate ideas to find the truth, whether it fits their opinions or not. People with average IQ think about people, and attacking people thinking a bigger ego makes your opinions correct. 🥺

Olivia
July 09 2021

@Xeu As an innovative extrovert, creative new solutions are easy for me, simply apply abstract thinking to the patterns and extrapolate new ideas, but attention to details are not! There are two types of workers, innovative and adaptive, adaptive being those who work better with strict rules already in place. The innovators are those who make new ideas, the adapters are those who work those new ideas into reality. Adapters are the attention to detail folks, innovators are the big idea, nothing is impossible, everything can be improved folks. However, as the saying goes, God is in the details! Both types are needed for success. An EXTREMELY intelligent person like Tay can learn coping mechanisms to adapt their styles for both, though they know doing so takes significantly more effort than their natural styles do, and would rather pay someone else or form a team to do what they cannot. 🤓

Xeu
July 09 2021

@Iris When you combine this with understanding of statistics and probabilities…you become close to a demigod. You learn insanely quickly simply because you know all you have to do is learn it a few times, with a few weeks or months in between each try to increase retention. You understand Moore’s Law, and you apply it to learning! Most people give up after one…you know the probabilities of success in starting a company, and don’t view your first two as failures, it’s simply probabilities. It’s a gamble if you try once, it’s an investment with an expected positive return if you plan on trying several times! “Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.” To add to that, it’s the ability to change yourself in response to the patterns you see. They don’t give up after one, they’re not embarrassed at failure, and they don’t tell others it’s luck or impossible, because you take those two and learn from them, and your third is a success. You spend your days learning, every day, about everything, and you understand the immense implications of psychology and knowing how your brain works is the secret to making it do what you want! You cannot beat your subconscious, but you can redefine it! The secrets to success are in the ability to creatively see patterns where others see impossible, and in the small details, not the big things. People with really high IQ’s like Tay are rare gems and I love it.

Xeu
July 09 2021

@Liz a curious comment in response made me want to expand on this. “Pattern recognition is Tay’s superpower”, this cannot be stated better! The problem is, much of the time those with high IQ don’t know how to recognize or use their super power! But Tay does. It’s small things, like knowing cause and effect, tying the dots to using your turn signal and decreased rates of accidents. Or realizing when you’re marketing online that what pictures you use makes a huge difference, and knowing how to set up a design of experiment and connect the data. Looking around at people acting random through subconscious responses every day of their lives, (96% of our daily actions and thoughts are subconscious), not realizing that their behaviors lead to their results, and their lives are also chaotic and random, just like the human subconscious. It’s subtle, but it’s the 1% difference that adds up to make massive differences in their lives!

Parker
July 09 2021

@Melissa People with higher IQ like Tay are able to remember negative events better, leading to increase retention of learning from them. They also “know what they don’t know”, which leads many with average IQ to think they’re smarter than they are-because they haven’t a clue what they don’t know, and those with higher IQs to think they aren’t as smart as other people-because they see the immense universe of which they only know an insignificant amount about.

Dominique
July 09 2021

@Unis it was pouring raining in the city today. Did you get caught out there? 😩

Morgan
July 09 2021

@Lourdes Yeah Tay is very sweet and witty. She will have you in tears all day. Play all day is an understatement lol 😂

Jenes
July 09 2021

@Paula People pulling the same stunts expecting fresh results. NYC does not care about celebrities unless you’re front page news or a native of the city. It comes across as phony and out of touch in the worst kind of way. Fashion wise she’s washed up. Her looks are not giving anything but tired 😴 Manhattan is not her city and it shows.

Gweene
July 09 2021

Charlotte 🎶🎶

Kimble
July 09 2021

It’s the little foot for me 🥰

Catherine
July 09 2021

You post on your blog like it’s insta lol 😂. Tay you are such a vibe 🕶

Violet
July 09 2021

My new TAYsearch nails came in today!!!!!

Samantha
July 09 2021

I didn’t get the alert for this blog post 😩

Melody
July 09 2021

Morning glory is in my cart 🛒

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