In 1921, Stanford University began studying children who had genius level IQs. They discovered that IQ or intelligence is not the most vital element for success. Rather, it is self-confidence, perseverance, and an inclination to set goals. In other words, the simple act of acknowledging and defining what we want to accomplish is more important to success in life than even a high IQ.
But goals are sometimes difficult to attain. And other times, they don’t feel satisfying once we accomplish them. Perhaps that’s because we often make our goals things we have to get done, instead of things we want to accomplish. There is no excitement, motivation or passion in a “have to”!! There is nothing compelling about a “have to”. READ MORE