Science Says Intelligent People Have These 3 Bad Habits in Common

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The following three bad habits – messiness, staying up late and swearing, often are considered to be signs of laziness, as well as bad manners and failure.

But, some recent studies have different findings. Who would have thought this?

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Staying Late

An article published in Psychology Today, claims that humans could ignore their biological clock as well as its rhythms. All animals have one thing which is called circadian rhythm, which tells you when to go to sleep and when to wake up. Humans also have it, but we can change the pace.

Tidy or Messy?

The next discovery may be the most important one of them all. A psychologist at the University of Minnesota has discovered that people that have messy rooms also have some more creative thoughts.

Messy room, according to them, is a sign that you are thinking out of the box. For instance, if your clothes should all be in the closet, but are actually on the floor and around the room,  means that you are thinking unconventionally and not like everybody else.

Now you can understand  Einstein’s quote:

“if a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, then what does an empty desk mean?”

So, you should forget thinking like everybody else, as well as leave your things lying around.

Laurel Thatcher Ulrich once said that “well – behaved women seldom make history.”

And she was right about this.

This quote can also be extended to men too. You should forget all that you have learned before about not swearing, as well as keep your room clean and do not stay up too late.

According to these new studies, those people that swear have messy rooms and also stay up late, so they are more intelligent than the ones that do not.

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