Don't Be Happy, Worry.
Turns out, if you tend to be a worrier you're more likely to have a higher IQ and more likely to be a creative genius.
Worrying, according to neurobiologist Dr. Adam Perkins of King's College in London, leads to more attempts to solve a problem. Problems that non-worriers, well, don't worry so much about. As a result, more and better ideas are generated by worriers.
Bobby McFerrin, eat your happy heart out.
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