Many people believe that IQ or intelligence is the determining factor for success. However, studies prove that intellect has very little to do with it.
Researchers conducted a 30-year study on 1000 children and found that cognitive control is a more reliable predictor of success than IQ. Meaning, the ability to delay gratification and to remain goal oriented was the ultimate key to their success.
The implication? Successful people aren’t smarter; they’re more adept at setting and achieving their goals.
What’s the secret to effective goal setting you ask? Read on…
Below are four simple steps for setting realistic goals: Read more.
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