7 Traits Only Deep Thinkers Have

7 Traits Only Deep Thinkers Have

Do you think you are a deep thinker?


One that roams the world looking endlessly for wisdom by distilling knowledge, experience, nature, and understanding? Someone who would remain quiet rather than contribute unnecessarily to a conversation?


If this sounds familiar, you might have some good traits, as we explore here, that are characteristic of deep thinkers:


1. They are some of the most open-minded people you will ever meet.


Deep thinkers’ currency is their wisdom, so they rarely cast aside an idea or notion without considering its whole character first. From nuclear war and genocide to global climate patterns to the way rain feels when it falls upon someone’s face, deep thinkers are the likeliest to consider all of those things before writing any of them off in case they do.


2. Deep thinkers analyze all their experiences.


Call it a blessing or curse, but it's true: deep thinkers tend to wander off in the realm of their thoughts, easily dodging the gossip and trivialities that occupy most. They prefer to spend their time in deep analysis of things past, present and future, discovering all possible links to their present experiences. They can even become nostalgic as they dwell on the past, but they prefer to also prepare for the future.


3. They sometimes live in isolation.


Deep thinkers spend the majority of their time in their heads, neither desirous nor needy of the company of others. They tend to be introverted and often live alone. That's all because they tend to process information deeply, and they also need their time and space in which they can do that.


4. They're naturally empathic.


Just because they are introverted does not mean deep thinkers are cold and shut others out or down. Deep thinkers spend their time considering so much of what's going on. As such, they have a tendency to be of an empathic nature. They are incredibly emotional, active listeners and are patient, giving you their undivided attention.


5. They have different perspectives on the world around them.


Instead of being tied down to a specific ideology, religion or other opinions, deep thinkers see the world from various angles and can draw perspective from all of those angles, observing people and their interactions as well as using that to strengthen their understanding. Doing so leads to a kind of enlightenment; we are apt to call it wisdom.
Instead of being tied down to a specific ideology, religion or other opinions, deep thinkers see the world from various angles and can draw perspective from all of those angles, observing people and their interactions as well as using that to strengthen their understanding. Doing so leads to a kind of enlightenment; we are apt to call it wisdom.


6. They're often forgetful.


This might seem odd, as you’d think anyone who spends so much time in their head could at least remember to buy some milk and toilet paper. But in reality, deep thinkers tend to be so focused on their ruminations that they do become quite forgetful of easy or everyday tasks and chores.


7. They are always eager to learn.


Learning something new increases the deep thinker’s understanding of the world at the level of that subject or item or motor or interaction. Deep thinkers are keen learners; otherwise, where would they get their keen interests to pore over and ruminate upon?


You can trust a deep thinker to listen to you with their mind wide open.


Reference: I Heart Intelligence

7 Traits Only Deep Thinkers Have 7 Traits Only Deep Thinkers Have Reviewed by Katerina Pap on 1:06 PM Rating: 5

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