Differences in musical ability are often associated with formal training, deliberate practise and a healthy dose of ‘natural talent’. Research, however, is beginning to contest this theory, opting for a more nuanced approach. Children all the way through to adulthood are presented with a wide variety of entertainment, recreation and stimulation, culminating into a host … Continue reading An open investment. . .
A friend of mine is commonly described as “out-going.” She loves to travel, explore culture, socialise and can sometimes be promiscuous with the men. She also has a myriad of interests that are continually changing in their hierarchy of importance. For instance, she was once eager to pursue a career as a police officer, only … Continue reading Extraversion is a Risky Business