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One of the most head-spinning questions raised by Roman philosophers like Plutarch and Aristotle, that kept haunting people over the years was, ‘which came first, the hen or the egg?’
There is a myriad of MBA programs to choose from and it is a herculean task to determine which domain suits you as an individual. A few of the most promising MBA specializations for engineering graduates are outlined below.
Writers must, by now, have spilled gallons of ink over the link between ‘genius’ and mental illness. This debate is also closely related to romanticisation of mental illness which I will explain later. Before diving into facts and neuroscience behind creativity and mental illness let’s understand why we are having this debate.
You can be famous, rich and popular. Essentially, you can have money, fame, power, beauty, social skills, a great personality and you can still be lonely. And that’s because loneliness is part of biology. Hungers tells you to eat. What does loneliness tell you? It’s a sign of feeling rejected. Feeling excluded. Not feeling the social vibe of the group around you. It tells you that you need to connect with other people.