The academic and professional worlds measure success almost exclusively on IQ (a.k.a. Scholastic Intelligence) with yardsticks like:
However, the real world measures success very differently.
For example, the bank does not care about your GPA or having “more degrees than a thermometer” after your name.
Instead, the bank grades you by:
Have you ever heard of “the A students teaching the B students to work for the C students?”
Regardless of careers or spheres of influence, the above statement rings true.
So, what do the C students possess more than the A & B students?
The calculations of these other...