By the age of 25 I felt that being creative and intelligent was dangerous when you're trying to fit in.
Twenty years later and now when I look at this button, I chuckle over my youthful arrogance. Now I see that my thinking, and more importantly my attachment to the perspective of my thinking is a danger to me and all those around me.
It's only when I loosen the hold on my thinking and acknowledge I know nothing for certain that I disable the ticking time bomb in my head.
Click on these links to download two exercises that will help unravel your thinking:
Make Concrete Observations