Want to be successful?
Worried that maybe you're not smart enough?
Well... research has found that while intelligence is a significant factor in predicting success, it's certainly not the only — or even the most important — one.
Personality traits are more accurate predictors of success than actual intelligence levels as the following infographic shows.
So, for those of us who struggled in a classroom setting, and were not born with the gift of a genius level IQ, there is no need to fear.
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Despite there being little evidence to suggest that intelligence can be taught, personality traits, on the other hand, can be developed, strengthened and enhanced.
Source: Headway Capital