|What Does A High IQ Mean?|
A High IQ And Genius Intelligence
There are those with a low IQ who achieve monumental feats in their life, such as through amassing immense wealth, achieving happiness or inner peace. There are also others who have a mediocre or normal IQ who achieve extremely high feats, just as much as there are people who do not achieve anything and go with the flow of life. And then there are those that have very high IQ's, and achieve very little. What this in effect tells you, is that IQ is not the only factor to consider in life achievement, or that the IQ does not measure other components which are critical.
Life achievement is about knowing what you want, and then going out there to get it with the inner mental resources, discipline and strength which you acquire through practice. A high IQ in relation to this, is merely another resource which we can use.
Our goal should be to use and practice the immense knowledge which a high IQ can give us, as opposed to simply amassing that knowledge. In fact, knowledge in itself has no power whatsoever, until it is utilised by you and I. So set your goal, and live your life in a way that you are continually refining and practising perfection of the application of knowledge - a high IQ helps to get the knowledge, but you must use the other resources alongside it to truly apply it.
What To Expect
A high IQ does not measure everything which creates genius or life success. When we understand this, we will realise that the IQ on its own is simply a rough measure of your capacity to acquire and manipulate knowledge. Our emphasis should therefore be to achieve the IQ which allows us to acquire the knowledge towards our goals. Then we must apply this knowledge correctly, and therefore achieve genius in our lives.