Here it is. That pesky old question. You’ve heard it. You grapple with it.
If you aren’t a high achiever, can you be gifted? If your achievements aren’t “great,” can you be gifted? If your work isn’t “insanely great,” might you not be gifted but just insane? (You may not have heard of that last question. I made it up. Just now.)
Then you wonder: What constitutes high achieving? What is greatness? Who decides? What does it mean to be gifted? Does it matter if you know that you’re gifted? What if you think you’re gifted, but you really aren’t?
Oh boy. More questions. If you ask the most questions, does that make you gifted?
Here are some things to think about. (You like to think, right? Does that make you gifted?)
High achievement, in itself, might not be a sign of giftedness. It…
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