The largest inhibitor to success is not starting. We spend hours upon hours learning, planning and strategizing. Then doubt creeps in. What if I mess up? What if I fail? Then 98% of us stop. All that planning was for not. Just start. I think I need to learn more before I start. Sure, pick […]Just Start
In answering the question, “Should your child be a scientist”?
Dr.Edward Teller, one of the nation’s foremost physicists, said “A child does not need a lightning-fast mind to be a scientist, nor does he need a miraculous memory, nor is it necessary that he get very high grades in school. The only point that counts is that the child have a high degree of interest interest in science.”
Interest, enthusiasm, is the critical factor even in science! With a positive, optimistic, and cooperative attitude a person with an IQ of 100 will earn more money, win more respect, and achieve more success than a negative, pessimistic, uncooperative individual with an IQ of 120.