Friend, you’ve probably got an encyclopedic knowledge of subjects most folks don’t know how to spell. You pride yourself on your intelligence and meticulously research. In a sea of fake news, you're a safe harbor!People come to you to expand their minds. Whether it’s learning a new skill or spilling the latest innovations, you’ve got the knowledge and share it generously with those wise enough to listen.My advice? Don’t let your fear of losing face hold you back. Remember, genuine interactions with others can only ADD to your knowledge.“Intelligence is the agility to adapt to change.” — Stephen HawkingReady to get personal? Read on for 3 tips to play to the strengths of your Saoirse Reilly-verse archetype!1. Open your mind. I've got news for you - you're not as open-minded as you think. When was the last time you said 'I'm sorry, I was wrong'? Remember, admitting you're wrong is an opportunity to learn something new! Separate yourself from your opinions and evaluate new information objectively.2. Open your heart. I know books are great, like, really I do! But connecting with others is a great way to learn new things. Nothing is better than getting info straight from the source. Reach out in person or online to people who share your specialized interests.3. Open the front door. And, speaking of straight from the source, get out there and do what you do best - LEARN. There's nothing like figuring out the world by being part of it. Look for unique experiences in your community or go global!