You watch Benedict Cumberbatch because he’s the guy you want to become and he’s the kind of geek that you want to emulate. You also want to read all the books published by The Posporo Pause and Bisaya Short Films that are clearly under the influence of all the Woody Allen, Darren Aronofsky, Francois Truffaut and Eric Rohmer films you can’t just help yourself but rewatch for more than 50 times. And that’s good.
It’s amazing how clueless a normal person can be about the life of a geek when there’s so much to adore about the life of a curious knowledge seeker. A geek is a guy who finds out how the word stitch can be translated in more meta-languages than can possibly be imagined. Being a geek right now is not for naught, and being one is sometimes necessary to have a powerful, bright and satisfying life.
You can also be a better person after realizing that you can never be more than of a geek than the next high-adrenalin, high-octane writer beside you. There’s no limit to becoming a geek, but sadly, being boring is the norm rather than the exception, and changing the boredom’s popularity takes a lot of time and effort. Fortunately, there are guides out there that can point you the right direction in boosting your being a full-on geek.
This infographic right here could be the guide in determining whether you have what it takes to be a true geek. So go read this infographic now and get some tips on where to travel first.