As nations continue to compete for new products and services on an international scale there has been growing interest in “gifted” children and adults. A study by Cho & Lin (2011) helped to determine the factors involved in the development and encouragement of highly creative intellectually orientated people. Such individuals are more likely than others to become involved in math, science, or other artistic endeavors. Adjusting the fundamentals in education and business will offer opportunities to put such creative minds to effective use for individual, corporate, and national purposes. The creative adult can solve problems that are hard to define and difficult to formalize. They have the ability to construct beyond current scientific discovery which means that others may have a hard time following their train of thought. Arthur Schopenhauer, a German Philosopher, believed that “ Talent hits a target no one else can hit; Genius hits a target no one else can see .” Such c
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