I knew it! All those hours I spent gazing out the window weren’t an indication of my bone-lazy inattentiveness at all. They were showing how smart I am. Yeah! I knew it.
A new study from the Georgia Institute of Technology suggests that daydreaming during meetings isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It might be a sign that you’re really smart and creative.
Those who reported more frequent daydreaming scored higher on intellectual and creative ability and had more efficient brain systems measured in the MRI machine.
… higher efficiency means more capacity to think, and the brain may mind wander when performing easy tasks.
So, there you go. Next time someone upbraids you for wool-gathering, tell them it’s because you’re smarter than they are.