Know What’s Possible?…18 Year Old Cleans Up Ocean

What combinations of intelligences are possible?  Answer…you guess…anything is possible.  18-year-old Boyan Slat combines a bodily kinesthetic intelligence, his love for deep sea diving, with a naturalist and logical mathematical intelligence to clean up the ocean.  Along the way, he created a business and a new technology. Now, 3 years later, he is still passionate (more…)

Misdirected, Distracted or Gifted?

All your child does is watch videos?  Here’s one teen whose possible misdirected interest has become her positive creative passion.  According to the Daily Mail, Bethany Mota, “stylist, 18, is making millions just from posting her shopping videos on YouTube.  The teenage fashion expert and video blogger tells Business insider, ‘Whenever I have free time (more…)

“Super Business Girl”… by age 5

Entrepreneurial interest?  What possible creative intelligences might fuel this passion? Answer:  try logical mathematical and interpersonal for this 11-year-old girl who started her own business at age 5. Asia Newson uses her logical/mathematical intelligence to plan and structure her business, along with the interpersonal skills we see reflected in this video to work with people.  (more…)

Not about what she remembers…watch closely!

Think Macey Hensley’s intelligence is demonstrated by her knowledge of presidents?  While certainly very impressive, her creative intelligence lies not in the information she remembers, but in her ability to use words and interact with others.  Listen to her articulate description of people and events.  Watch how easily she interacts with Ellen DeGeneres.  Macey actually (more…)

“Taylor Wilson: Yup, I built a nuclear fusion reactor”

Taylor Wilson built a working nuclear fusion reactor in his garage at age fourteen—with the permission and blessings of his parents, Tiffany and Kenneth, who knew very little about the topic.  (Taylor’s mom runs a yoga studio and his dad works at a cola bottling factory.)  Listen to this: According to “The Guardian,” Taylor brought (more…)