How will you explain this?

I know people who are considered to be clever but regularly make mistakes. I also know people who are thought of as ( how do you describe it on this site ? - oh yes ..feeble minded) but they appear to win more than they lose.


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My Explanation
by: Saqib

Hi

Let me clarify that I have never termed anyone as "feeble minded". On this site I have discussed different theories about and against psychological tests. These words are either used by supporters or the critics of the such tests.

Anyway, the riddle that you have mentioned can be easily resolved. First of all intelligence matters to certain extent, especially in studies. However, in practical life your success majorly depends upon clarity of goals and persistent effort to achieve them.

If you are very intelligent but spend very little or no time on your goals you are not going to achieve them. However, if you are an average but clear and persistent for your goals, you will win at the end of the day.

As far as making of mistakes is concerned, it is natural when you try to invent ways. Never be afraid of mistakes instead embrace them footsteps for your success path.

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