Average man theory

We know the psychological and logical reasons that make the life of the superior person more annoying, tense, and full of pressure than the average person

Average man theory

Society refuses someone to penetrate the wall of the bubble in which society confines itself and seeks to move in the entire bubble. If you cannot pull the entire bubble with you, society will hinder you. Therefore, some brilliant scientists in the field of anthropology, psychology, and psychological sciences believe that the best interest of the superior person is not achieved except by concealing his superiority to the maximum extent and always remaining under the line of sight. Notice that the physically distinguished recruit is thrown into the stun squads and special forces to spend his army there. Therefore, it is very important to choose the time. And the right way to highlight your superiority. Note that most of the genius scientists revealed their superiority at a late stage in their lives, and that is due to luck and fate and not their plan, but these fates spared them from a lot of pressures and obstacles that might have led them to another place. Einstein, for example, was not distinguished while he was a student. Anwar Sadat's talents did not appear until he was in his fifties, and perhaps if they had appeared early, the struggles at the top of the Free Officers would have toppled him. Because the individual (the superior) seeks peace of mind and enjoyment in things he loves to do, and he also wants to own his time and use it as he wants, not as (society) wants. Here we confirm the contradiction between (society’s desire) towards the (superior) individual and the (superior) individual’s desire towards (himself). Notice that society places shiny variations of rewards in the way it wants for the superior individual Simply observe the generally proud and encouraging actions of people who do not know the overachiever personally when they see him (holding the white fold) or (the geometric letter T stick). Then observe people's behavior with the same person after 20 years (These simple superficial, material and psychological rewards) in the beginning end as soon as you follow the path that society wants. After that, the monopolization of those around you begins, the scrutiny of your finances, and the complete lack of interest in your personal life or the extent of your happiness or health. Once you die, they only remember what you served society with, and you have become a public figure. She has no personal life, and no one asks whether you are happy or unhappy. Rather, she begins constant criticism of all the decisions she has made (for example, Sadat). If you are superior, and we know this, try to fall under the social radar so that society does not stereotype you if you have not yet been stereotyped. If you are stereotyped, get out of the frame quickly and do what you love and want for the longest possible period, not what society wants, because when you have a heart attack on the site or in the company. Or the clinic or the operating room, society will not benefit you .

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