Frederick Schiller and Johann Goethe collaborated on some of the most important creative projects in German cultural history.
Though Goethe had acquired a vastly larger knowledge base than Schiller, that did not bother him so much, as he regularly benefitted from Goethe’s synthesized mind.
What did “Frustrate” him to no end was after he would toil attempting to write his prose for weeks, Goethe would greet Schiller and in minutes knock out a masterpiece off the top of his head, and then go about his “in the moment” discussion with whoever was awaiting his return.
Right minds Flow effortlessly, Left minds toil!
Though “Lefties” attribute this sort of “differentness” to innate ability as they must differentiate, the right minded know the focus and assiduous vigilance required to resist the banality of those who do their thinking from the other side.