The main reason for this post is because I want to know what other fellow physics lovers are like. I'm interested in knowing each and every one of you and your approach to science! Reading some things here I see that a lot of you care a lot about your brain and your career in science. Some even appear to be true geniuses. I surely am a very curious person about everything and I'd love to end up contributing to the world like Michael Faraday, Nikola Tesla or even Richard Feynman. These are all great man whom I look up to. Since little I've loved science and technology and now I just have an enthusiastic obsession to understand life. I sometimes do believe I have the potential, then I realise I destroyed my brain in my teen years. Although I have, as my teachers say, "an insightful understanding of science and mathematics", and "pick up concepts quickly" I have trouble with my learning/memory and motivation to study for school more than 1 hour a day, leading me to do well academically but not much above the average... but I can study non-school related things all day for pure joy.