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Friday, April 06, 2018

What Do Successful People Do And How Would You Know That You Are Smarter Than Others?

The life of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is often co-existent with sacrifice. Nonetheless, we can read stories of success from OFWs who had made it out of pure diligence and hard work, now they are enjoying the fruits of their hard work.
Being successful can be determined by the things you usually do. You can hear more often how successful people share their journey to success and it involves sacrifice. These people have common habits that they usually do. Many people may think that in order to succeed, you have to be smarter than others. Well, it may obviously appear to be true and more true enough, you need to be more than smart to succeed. 
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The life of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is often co-existent with sacrifice. Nonetheless, we can read stories of success from OFWs who had made it out of pure diligence and hard work, now they are enjoying the fruits of their hard work.  Being successful can be determined by the things you usually do. You can hear more often how successful people share their journey to success and it involves sacrifice. These people have common habits that they usually do. Many people may think that in order to succeed, you have to be smarter than others. Well, it may obviously appear to be true and more true enough, you need to be more than smart to succeed.   Advertisement        Sponsored Links       Successful people have the following habits and mindset which  helped them achieve what they want to reach.   Focus On Wins, Accept The Fails Successful people are all about winning, it’s how they got to where they want to be. But with winning also comes failing, and if you can’t accept fails along with your wins, it just won’t work out. If you are winning all the time, it probably means you aren’t aiming high enough.  Once you start aiming a bit higher; every venture, every decision, every action you take always has the potential for two things; a win or a loss. They will both happen. It’s just how the game is played. But once you empower your fails you will slowly start to see them as small wins.  Just Go For It The difference between people who ‘make it’ and those who don’t is always because of the people who ‘made it’ took action. They stopped reading, they stopped procrastinating, and they just went for it.  Those who don’t take action are those who don’t get any results. So if you could follow any habit out of all of these, it should be this one. Take action, you’ll make it sooner or later.   Work Every Day No matter what day it is; whether it’s vacation, holiday, or your birthday successful people are always doing something, and so should you! Of course on special occasions you want to relax and enjoy your time, you should still do something every single day.  Whether that means responding to a few emails, sending out a social media post, just do something. It doesn’t have to be huge, but it will surely keep your flow of getting things done going.  Surround Yourself With Beneficial People Ever heard the saying: “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With” Winners notice things in people that they’d like to acquire (a skill, a mindset, etc) and so they do their best to connect and surround themselves with the people who will have a beneficial impact on their own lives.   You also want to add value to other people’s lives (otherwise, you’re being selfish!). You want to cut out toxic people and only allow the people who are going to push you forward. It might be hard to cut people out of your life, but if they are toxic to your successes, you might want to reconsider that relationship.  Learn To Just “No” Do you think the winners have become successful by saying “yes” to everyone who’s ever asked them for a favor?   Successful people are busy, and they keep themselves busy with the right things. Anyone can be busy, but if they aren’t doing things for themselves and for their goals, what’s the point? Learn to say no, clear up more time for yourself, and get more done that will actually make a difference to your own life.   Plan The Day Ahead If you ever feel like you aren’t getting as much done as you’d like, it’s probably because you aren’t following planning your days.  Writing what I like to call a “To-Do Tomorrow List” is a great way to collect your thoughts at the end of the day and write down everything you need to get done in the next day. It’s so much more effective than trying to think of what to do on the day you need to get it done.  Learn To Laugh At Everything Don’t be Mr or Ms serious all the time. Learning to laugh at your own fails is a great way to overcome embarrassment when you fall down. This attitude was very helpful to some of the greatest innovators of our time. Both Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were laughed at when they talked about their ambitions. They failed, and while everyone was ridiculing them, they just laughed it off and tried again.  It’s okay to fail, quit caring about what other people think when you fail and just get back up and go at it again and again. Once you are at the top, they won’t be laughing anymore.  Being smart is intelligence with a lot of spice— it is about creativity and thinking for yourself. To be able to succeed, you need to be smart. Here are some ways to find out if you are smarter than others  Here are 7 science-backed reasons why you’re actually much smarter than you think.  You stay up late Research has found out that people who stay up later are smarter than people who sleep earlier. This doesn’t necessarily mean that staying up later will make you smarter. It emphasizes the correlation between high intelligence and night owls. A study found that night owl are mentally alert for a longer part of the day than early birds.  You’re an introvert A lot of evidence out there that shows introverted people are more intelligent on average. A study done by The Gifted Development Center showed that 60 percent of gifted children are introverts. In fact, people with very high IQs of 160+ are often extremely introverted, even pathologically so.  A particularly interesting study showed that the brain works differently for introverts compared to extroverts. German psychologist Hans Eysenck researched the brain of an introvert and found that introverts have a naturally high cortical arousal, meaning their ability to process information per second is higher than the average extrovert.  You have sense ogf humor A study in the 70s proved that comedians have higher IQs compared to average people.  It doesn’t take a genius to work out why. Funny people are more witty and creative in conversations.  Interestingly, funny people also score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.   You understand how much you don’t know People who are smarter have no problem in admitting when they don’t know something.  This is backed up by a classic study by Justin Kruger and David Dunning which found that the less intelligent you are, the more you overestimate your cognitive abilities.  In the study, students who scored in the lowest quartile on the test overestimated the number of questions they’d gotten right by nearly 50%.   You are insatiably curious You’ve probably heard of the famous Einstein quote: “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” A study in 2016 found that there’s a link between childhood intelligence and openness to experience – which often to leads to intellectual curiosity later in life.    You’re open-minded If you’re smarter, you’re unlikely to close yourself off to new ideas. Psychologists believe that people who are able to look at both sides of an argument tend to score higher on intelligence tests. At the same time, an intelligent person won’t blindly accept any new idea.  “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”— Aristotle  You’re sensitive to other people’s experiences Intelligent people tend to be highly skilled at showing empathy. Psychology says that being attuned to other people’s feelings and needs is a big component of emotional intelligence. Emotionally-intelligent individuals enjoy talking to new people and understanding where they’re coming from.   Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich
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Successful people have the following habits and mindset which helped them achieve what they want to reach.
he life of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is often co-existent with sacrifice. Nonetheless, we can read stories of success from OFWs who had made it out of pure diligence and hard work, now they are enjoying the fruits of their hard work.  Being successful can be determined by the things you usually do. You can hear more often how successful people share their journey to success and it involves sacrifice. These people have common habits that they usually do. Many people may think that in order to succeed, you have to be smarter than others. Well, it may obviously appear to be true and more true enough, you need to be more than smart to succeed.   Advertisement   The life of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is often co-existent with sacrifice. Nonetheless, we can read stories of success from OFWs who had made it out of pure diligence and hard work, now they are enjoying the fruits of their hard work.  Being successful can be determined by the things you usually do. You can hear more often how successful people share their journey to success and it involves sacrifice. These people have common habits that they usually do. Many people may think that in order to succeed, you have to be smarter than others. Well, it may obviously appear to be true and more true enough, you need to be more than smart to succeed.   Advertisement        Sponsored Links       Successful people have the following habits and mindset which  helped them achieve what they want to reach.   Focus On Wins, Accept The Fails Successful people are all about winning, it’s how they got to where they want to be. But with winning also comes failing, and if you can’t accept fails along with your wins, it just won’t work out. If you are winning all the time, it probably means you aren’t aiming high enough.  Once you start aiming a bit higher; every venture, every decision, every action you take always has the potential for two things; a win or a loss. They will both happen. It’s just how the game is played. But once you empower your fails you will slowly start to see them as small wins.  Just Go For It The difference between people who ‘make it’ and those who don’t is always because of the people who ‘made it’ took action. They stopped reading, they stopped procrastinating, and they just went for it.  Those who don’t take action are those who don’t get any results. So if you could follow any habit out of all of these, it should be this one. Take action, you’ll make it sooner or later.   Work Every Day No matter what day it is; whether it’s vacation, holiday, or your birthday successful people are always doing something, and so should you! Of course on special occasions you want to relax and enjoy your time, you should still do something every single day.  Whether that means responding to a few emails, sending out a social media post, just do something. It doesn’t have to be huge, but it will surely keep your flow of getting things done going.  Surround Yourself With Beneficial People Ever heard the saying: “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With” Winners notice things in people that they’d like to acquire (a skill, a mindset, etc) and so they do their best to connect and surround themselves with the people who will have a beneficial impact on their own lives.   You also want to add value to other people’s lives (otherwise, you’re being selfish!). You want to cut out toxic people and only allow the people who are going to push you forward. It might be hard to cut people out of your life, but if they are toxic to your successes, you might want to reconsider that relationship.  Learn To Just “No” Do you think the winners have become successful by saying “yes” to everyone who’s ever asked them for a favor?   Successful people are busy, and they keep themselves busy with the right things. Anyone can be busy, but if they aren’t doing things for themselves and for their goals, what’s the point? Learn to say no, clear up more time for yourself, and get more done that will actually make a difference to your own life.   Plan The Day Ahead If you ever feel like you aren’t getting as much done as you’d like, it’s probably because you aren’t following planning your days.  Writing what I like to call a “To-Do Tomorrow List” is a great way to collect your thoughts at the end of the day and write down everything you need to get done in the next day. It’s so much more effective than trying to think of what to do on the day you need to get it done.  Learn To Laugh At Everything Don’t be Mr or Ms serious all the time. Learning to laugh at your own fails is a great way to overcome embarrassment when you fall down. This attitude was very helpful to some of the greatest innovators of our time. Both Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were laughed at when they talked about their ambitions. They failed, and while everyone was ridiculing them, they just laughed it off and tried again.  It’s okay to fail, quit caring about what other people think when you fail and just get back up and go at it again and again. Once you are at the top, they won’t be laughing anymore.  Being smart is intelligence with a lot of spice— it is about creativity and thinking for yourself. To be able to succeed, you need to be smart. Here are some ways to find out if you are smarter than others  Here are 7 science-backed reasons why you’re actually much smarter than you think.  You stay up late Research has found out that people who stay up later are smarter than people who sleep earlier. This doesn’t necessarily mean that staying up later will make you smarter. It emphasizes the correlation between high intelligence and night owls. A study found that night owl are mentally alert for a longer part of the day than early birds.  You’re an introvert A lot of evidence out there that shows introverted people are more intelligent on average. A study done by The Gifted Development Center showed that 60 percent of gifted children are introverts. In fact, people with very high IQs of 160+ are often extremely introverted, even pathologically so.  A particularly interesting study showed that the brain works differently for introverts compared to extroverts. German psychologist Hans Eysenck researched the brain of an introvert and found that introverts have a naturally high cortical arousal, meaning their ability to process information per second is higher than the average extrovert.  You have sense ogf humor A study in the 70s proved that comedians have higher IQs compared to average people.  It doesn’t take a genius to work out why. Funny people are more witty and creative in conversations.  Interestingly, funny people also score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.   You understand how much you don’t know People who are smarter have no problem in admitting when they don’t know something.  This is backed up by a classic study by Justin Kruger and David Dunning which found that the less intelligent you are, the more you overestimate your cognitive abilities.  In the study, students who scored in the lowest quartile on the test overestimated the number of questions they’d gotten right by nearly 50%.   You are insatiably curious You’ve probably heard of the famous Einstein quote: “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” A study in 2016 found that there’s a link between childhood intelligence and openness to experience – which often to leads to intellectual curiosity later in life.    You’re open-minded If you’re smarter, you’re unlikely to close yourself off to new ideas. Psychologists believe that people who are able to look at both sides of an argument tend to score higher on intelligence tests. At the same time, an intelligent person won’t blindly accept any new idea.  “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”— Aristotle  You’re sensitive to other people’s experiences Intelligent people tend to be highly skilled at showing empathy. Psychology says that being attuned to other people’s feelings and needs is a big component of emotional intelligence. Emotionally-intelligent individuals enjoy talking to new people and understanding where they’re coming from.   Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich     Sponsored Links       Successful people have the following habits and mindset which helped them achieve what they want to reach.    Focus On Wins, Accept The Fails Successful people are all about winning, it’s how they got to where they want to be. But with winning also comes failing, and if you can’t accept fails along with your wins, it just won’t work out. If you are winning all the time, it probably means you aren’t aiming high enough.  Once you start aiming a bit higher; every venture, every decision, every action you take always has the potential for two things; a win or a loss. They will both happen. It’s just how the game is played. But once you empower your fails you will slowly start to see them as small wins.  Just Go For It The difference between people who ‘make it’ and those who don’t is always because of the people who ‘made it’ took action. They stopped reading, they stopped procrastinating, and they just went for it.  Those who don’t take action are those who don’t get any results. So if you could follow any habit out of all of these, it should be this one. Take action, you’ll make it sooner or later.   Work Every Day No matter what day it is; whether it’s vacation, holiday, or your birthday successful people are always doing something, and so should you! Of course on special occasions you want to relax and enjoy your time, you should still do something every single day.  Whether that means responding to a few emails, sending out a social media post, just do something. It doesn’t have to be huge, but it will surely keep your flow of getting things done going.  Surround Yourself With Beneficial People Ever heard the saying: “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With” Winners notice things in people that they’d like to acquire (a skill, a mindset, etc) and so they do their best to connect and surround themselves with the people who will have a beneficial impact on their own lives.   You also want to add value to other people’s lives (otherwise, you’re being selfish!). You want to cut out toxic people and only allow the people who are going to push you forward. It might be hard to cut people out of your life, but if they are toxic to your successes, you might want to reconsider that relationship.  Learn To Say “No” Do you think the winners have become successful by saying “yes” to everyone who’s ever asked them for a favor?   Successful people are busy, and they keep themselves busy with the right things. Anyone can be busy, but if they aren’t doing things for themselves and for their goals, what’s the point? Learn to say no, clear up more time for yourself, and get more done that will actually make a difference to your own life.   Plan The Day Ahead If you ever feel like you aren’t getting as much done as you’d like, it’s probably because you aren’t following planning your days.  Writing what I like to call a “To-Do Tomorrow List” is a great way to collect your thoughts at the end of the day and write down everything you need to get done in the next day. It’s so much more effective than trying to think of what to do on the day you need to get it done.  Learn To Laugh At Everything Don’t be Mr or Ms serious all the time. Learning to laugh at your own fails is a great way to overcome embarrassment when you fall down. This attitude was very helpful to some of the greatest innovators of our time. Both Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were laughed at when they talked about their ambitions. They failed, and while everyone was ridiculing them, they just laughed it off and tried again.  It’s okay to fail, quit caring about what other people think when you fail and just get back up and go at it again and again. Once you are at the top, they won’t be laughing anymore.  Being smart is intelligence with a lot of spice— it is about creativity and thinking for yourself. To be able to succeed, you need to be smart. Here are some ways to find out if you are smarter than others  Here are 7 science-backed reasons why you’re actually much smarter than you think.  You stay up late Research has found out that people who stay up later are smarter than people who sleep earlier. This doesn’t necessarily mean that staying up later will make you smarter. It emphasizes the correlation between high intelligence and night owls. A study found that night owl are mentally alert for a longer part of the day than early birds.  You’re an introvert A lot of evidence out there that shows introverted people are more intelligent on average. A study done by The Gifted Development Center showed that 60 percent of gifted children are introverts. In fact, people with very high IQs of 160+ are often extremely introverted, even pathologically so.  A particularly interesting study showed that the brain works differently for introverts compared to extroverts. German psychologist Hans Eysenck researched the brain of an introvert and found that introverts have a naturally high cortical arousal, meaning their ability to process information per second is higher than the average extrovert.  You have a sense of humor A study in the 70s proved that comedians have higher IQs compared to average people.  It doesn’t take a genius to work out why. Funny people are more witty and creative in conversations.  Interestingly, funny people also score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.   You understand how much you don’t know People who are smarter have no problem in admitting when they don’t know something.  This is backed up by a classic study by Justin Kruger and David Dunning which found that the less intelligent you are, the more you overestimate your cognitive abilities.  In the study, students who scored in the lowest quartile on the test overestimated the number of questions they’d gotten right by nearly 50%.   You are insatiably curious You’ve probably heard of the famous Einstein quote: “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” A study in 2016 found that there’s a link between childhood intelligence and openness to experience – which often to leads to intellectual curiosity later in life.    You’re open-minded If you’re smarter, you’re unlikely to close yourself off to new ideas. Psychologists believe that people who are able to look at both sides of an argument tend to score higher on intelligence tests. At the same time, an intelligent person won’t blindly accept any new idea.  “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”— Aristotle  You’re sensitive to other people’s experiences Intelligent people tend to be highly skilled at showing empathy. Psychology says that being attuned to other people’s feelings and needs is a big component of emotional intelligence. Emotionally-intelligent individuals enjoy talking to new people and understanding where they’re coming from.   Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich
 Focus On Wins, Accept The Fails
Successful people are all about winning, it’s how they got to where they want to be. But with winning also comes failing, and if you can’t accept fails along with your wins, it just won’t work out. If you are winning all the time, it probably means you aren’t aiming high enough.

Once you start aiming a bit higher; every venture, every decision, every action you take always has the potential for two things; a win or a loss. They will both happen. It’s just how the game is played. But once you empower your fails you will slowly start to see them as small wins.
he life of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is often co-existent with sacrifice. Nonetheless, we can read stories of success from OFWs who had made it out of pure diligence and hard work, now they are enjoying the fruits of their hard work.  Being successful can be determined by the things you usually do. You can hear more often how successful people share their journey to success and it involves sacrifice. These people have common habits that they usually do. Many people may think that in order to succeed, you have to be smarter than others. Well, it may obviously appear to be true and more true enough, you need to be more than smart to succeed.   Advertisement   The life of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is often co-existent with sacrifice. Nonetheless, we can read stories of success from OFWs who had made it out of pure diligence and hard work, now they are enjoying the fruits of their hard work.  Being successful can be determined by the things you usually do. You can hear more often how successful people share their journey to success and it involves sacrifice. These people have common habits that they usually do. Many people may think that in order to succeed, you have to be smarter than others. Well, it may obviously appear to be true and more true enough, you need to be more than smart to succeed.   Advertisement        Sponsored Links       Successful people have the following habits and mindset which  helped them achieve what they want to reach.   Focus On Wins, Accept The Fails Successful people are all about winning, it’s how they got to where they want to be. But with winning also comes failing, and if you can’t accept fails along with your wins, it just won’t work out. If you are winning all the time, it probably means you aren’t aiming high enough.  Once you start aiming a bit higher; every venture, every decision, every action you take always has the potential for two things; a win or a loss. They will both happen. It’s just how the game is played. But once you empower your fails you will slowly start to see them as small wins.  Just Go For It The difference between people who ‘make it’ and those who don’t is always because of the people who ‘made it’ took action. They stopped reading, they stopped procrastinating, and they just went for it.  Those who don’t take action are those who don’t get any results. So if you could follow any habit out of all of these, it should be this one. Take action, you’ll make it sooner or later.   Work Every Day No matter what day it is; whether it’s vacation, holiday, or your birthday successful people are always doing something, and so should you! Of course on special occasions you want to relax and enjoy your time, you should still do something every single day.  Whether that means responding to a few emails, sending out a social media post, just do something. It doesn’t have to be huge, but it will surely keep your flow of getting things done going.  Surround Yourself With Beneficial People Ever heard the saying: “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With” Winners notice things in people that they’d like to acquire (a skill, a mindset, etc) and so they do their best to connect and surround themselves with the people who will have a beneficial impact on their own lives.   You also want to add value to other people’s lives (otherwise, you’re being selfish!). You want to cut out toxic people and only allow the people who are going to push you forward. It might be hard to cut people out of your life, but if they are toxic to your successes, you might want to reconsider that relationship.  Learn To Just “No” Do you think the winners have become successful by saying “yes” to everyone who’s ever asked them for a favor?   Successful people are busy, and they keep themselves busy with the right things. Anyone can be busy, but if they aren’t doing things for themselves and for their goals, what’s the point? Learn to say no, clear up more time for yourself, and get more done that will actually make a difference to your own life.   Plan The Day Ahead If you ever feel like you aren’t getting as much done as you’d like, it’s probably because you aren’t following planning your days.  Writing what I like to call a “To-Do Tomorrow List” is a great way to collect your thoughts at the end of the day and write down everything you need to get done in the next day. It’s so much more effective than trying to think of what to do on the day you need to get it done.  Learn To Laugh At Everything Don’t be Mr or Ms serious all the time. Learning to laugh at your own fails is a great way to overcome embarrassment when you fall down. This attitude was very helpful to some of the greatest innovators of our time. Both Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were laughed at when they talked about their ambitions. They failed, and while everyone was ridiculing them, they just laughed it off and tried again.  It’s okay to fail, quit caring about what other people think when you fail and just get back up and go at it again and again. Once you are at the top, they won’t be laughing anymore.  Being smart is intelligence with a lot of spice— it is about creativity and thinking for yourself. To be able to succeed, you need to be smart. Here are some ways to find out if you are smarter than others  Here are 7 science-backed reasons why you’re actually much smarter than you think.  You stay up late Research has found out that people who stay up later are smarter than people who sleep earlier. This doesn’t necessarily mean that staying up later will make you smarter. It emphasizes the correlation between high intelligence and night owls. A study found that night owl are mentally alert for a longer part of the day than early birds.  You’re an introvert A lot of evidence out there that shows introverted people are more intelligent on average. A study done by The Gifted Development Center showed that 60 percent of gifted children are introverts. In fact, people with very high IQs of 160+ are often extremely introverted, even pathologically so.  A particularly interesting study showed that the brain works differently for introverts compared to extroverts. German psychologist Hans Eysenck researched the brain of an introvert and found that introverts have a naturally high cortical arousal, meaning their ability to process information per second is higher than the average extrovert.  You have sense ogf humor A study in the 70s proved that comedians have higher IQs compared to average people.  It doesn’t take a genius to work out why. Funny people are more witty and creative in conversations.  Interestingly, funny people also score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.   You understand how much you don’t know People who are smarter have no problem in admitting when they don’t know something.  This is backed up by a classic study by Justin Kruger and David Dunning which found that the less intelligent you are, the more you overestimate your cognitive abilities.  In the study, students who scored in the lowest quartile on the test overestimated the number of questions they’d gotten right by nearly 50%.   You are insatiably curious You’ve probably heard of the famous Einstein quote: “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” A study in 2016 found that there’s a link between childhood intelligence and openness to experience – which often to leads to intellectual curiosity later in life.    You’re open-minded If you’re smarter, you’re unlikely to close yourself off to new ideas. Psychologists believe that people who are able to look at both sides of an argument tend to score higher on intelligence tests. At the same time, an intelligent person won’t blindly accept any new idea.  “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”— Aristotle  You’re sensitive to other people’s experiences Intelligent people tend to be highly skilled at showing empathy. Psychology says that being attuned to other people’s feelings and needs is a big component of emotional intelligence. Emotionally-intelligent individuals enjoy talking to new people and understanding where they’re coming from.   Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich     Sponsored Links       Successful people have the following habits and mindset which helped them achieve what they want to reach.    Focus On Wins, Accept The Fails Successful people are all about winning, it’s how they got to where they want to be. But with winning also comes failing, and if you can’t accept fails along with your wins, it just won’t work out. If you are winning all the time, it probably means you aren’t aiming high enough.  Once you start aiming a bit higher; every venture, every decision, every action you take always has the potential for two things; a win or a loss. They will both happen. It’s just how the game is played. But once you empower your fails you will slowly start to see them as small wins.  Just Go For It The difference between people who ‘make it’ and those who don’t is always because of the people who ‘made it’ took action. They stopped reading, they stopped procrastinating, and they just went for it.  Those who don’t take action are those who don’t get any results. So if you could follow any habit out of all of these, it should be this one. Take action, you’ll make it sooner or later.   Work Every Day No matter what day it is; whether it’s vacation, holiday, or your birthday successful people are always doing something, and so should you! Of course on special occasions you want to relax and enjoy your time, you should still do something every single day.  Whether that means responding to a few emails, sending out a social media post, just do something. It doesn’t have to be huge, but it will surely keep your flow of getting things done going.  Surround Yourself With Beneficial People Ever heard the saying: “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With” Winners notice things in people that they’d like to acquire (a skill, a mindset, etc) and so they do their best to connect and surround themselves with the people who will have a beneficial impact on their own lives.   You also want to add value to other people’s lives (otherwise, you’re being selfish!). You want to cut out toxic people and only allow the people who are going to push you forward. It might be hard to cut people out of your life, but if they are toxic to your successes, you might want to reconsider that relationship.  Learn To Say “No” Do you think the winners have become successful by saying “yes” to everyone who’s ever asked them for a favor?   Successful people are busy, and they keep themselves busy with the right things. Anyone can be busy, but if they aren’t doing things for themselves and for their goals, what’s the point? Learn to say no, clear up more time for yourself, and get more done that will actually make a difference to your own life.   Plan The Day Ahead If you ever feel like you aren’t getting as much done as you’d like, it’s probably because you aren’t following planning your days.  Writing what I like to call a “To-Do Tomorrow List” is a great way to collect your thoughts at the end of the day and write down everything you need to get done in the next day. It’s so much more effective than trying to think of what to do on the day you need to get it done.  Learn To Laugh At Everything Don’t be Mr or Ms serious all the time. Learning to laugh at your own fails is a great way to overcome embarrassment when you fall down. This attitude was very helpful to some of the greatest innovators of our time. Both Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were laughed at when they talked about their ambitions. They failed, and while everyone was ridiculing them, they just laughed it off and tried again.  It’s okay to fail, quit caring about what other people think when you fail and just get back up and go at it again and again. Once you are at the top, they won’t be laughing anymore.  Being smart is intelligence with a lot of spice— it is about creativity and thinking for yourself. To be able to succeed, you need to be smart. Here are some ways to find out if you are smarter than others  Here are 7 science-backed reasons why you’re actually much smarter than you think.  You stay up late Research has found out that people who stay up later are smarter than people who sleep earlier. This doesn’t necessarily mean that staying up later will make you smarter. It emphasizes the correlation between high intelligence and night owls. A study found that night owl are mentally alert for a longer part of the day than early birds.  You’re an introvert A lot of evidence out there that shows introverted people are more intelligent on average. A study done by The Gifted Development Center showed that 60 percent of gifted children are introverts. In fact, people with very high IQs of 160+ are often extremely introverted, even pathologically so.  A particularly interesting study showed that the brain works differently for introverts compared to extroverts. German psychologist Hans Eysenck researched the brain of an introvert and found that introverts have a naturally high cortical arousal, meaning their ability to process information per second is higher than the average extrovert.  You have a sense of humor A study in the 70s proved that comedians have higher IQs compared to average people.  It doesn’t take a genius to work out why. Funny people are more witty and creative in conversations.  Interestingly, funny people also score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.   You understand how much you don’t know People who are smarter have no problem in admitting when they don’t know something.  This is backed up by a classic study by Justin Kruger and David Dunning which found that the less intelligent you are, the more you overestimate your cognitive abilities.  In the study, students who scored in the lowest quartile on the test overestimated the number of questions they’d gotten right by nearly 50%.   You are insatiably curious You’ve probably heard of the famous Einstein quote: “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” A study in 2016 found that there’s a link between childhood intelligence and openness to experience – which often to leads to intellectual curiosity later in life.    You’re open-minded If you’re smarter, you’re unlikely to close yourself off to new ideas. Psychologists believe that people who are able to look at both sides of an argument tend to score higher on intelligence tests. At the same time, an intelligent person won’t blindly accept any new idea.  “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”— Aristotle  You’re sensitive to other people’s experiences Intelligent people tend to be highly skilled at showing empathy. Psychology says that being attuned to other people’s feelings and needs is a big component of emotional intelligence. Emotionally-intelligent individuals enjoy talking to new people and understanding where they’re coming from.   Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich
Just Go For It
The difference between people who ‘make it’ and those who don’t is always because of the people who ‘made it’ took action. They stopped reading, they stopped procrastinating, and they just went for it.

Those who don’t take action are those who don’t get any results. So if you could follow any habit out of all of these, it should be this one. Take action, you’ll make it sooner or later.
he life of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is often co-existent with sacrifice. Nonetheless, we can read stories of success from OFWs who had made it out of pure diligence and hard work, now they are enjoying the fruits of their hard work.  Being successful can be determined by the things you usually do. You can hear more often how successful people share their journey to success and it involves sacrifice. These people have common habits that they usually do. Many people may think that in order to succeed, you have to be smarter than others. Well, it may obviously appear to be true and more true enough, you need to be more than smart to succeed.   Advertisement   The life of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is often co-existent with sacrifice. Nonetheless, we can read stories of success from OFWs who had made it out of pure diligence and hard work, now they are enjoying the fruits of their hard work.  Being successful can be determined by the things you usually do. You can hear more often how successful people share their journey to success and it involves sacrifice. These people have common habits that they usually do. Many people may think that in order to succeed, you have to be smarter than others. Well, it may obviously appear to be true and more true enough, you need to be more than smart to succeed.   Advertisement        Sponsored Links       Successful people have the following habits and mindset which  helped them achieve what they want to reach.   Focus On Wins, Accept The Fails Successful people are all about winning, it’s how they got to where they want to be. But with winning also comes failing, and if you can’t accept fails along with your wins, it just won’t work out. If you are winning all the time, it probably means you aren’t aiming high enough.  Once you start aiming a bit higher; every venture, every decision, every action you take always has the potential for two things; a win or a loss. They will both happen. It’s just how the game is played. But once you empower your fails you will slowly start to see them as small wins.  Just Go For It The difference between people who ‘make it’ and those who don’t is always because of the people who ‘made it’ took action. They stopped reading, they stopped procrastinating, and they just went for it.  Those who don’t take action are those who don’t get any results. So if you could follow any habit out of all of these, it should be this one. Take action, you’ll make it sooner or later.   Work Every Day No matter what day it is; whether it’s vacation, holiday, or your birthday successful people are always doing something, and so should you! Of course on special occasions you want to relax and enjoy your time, you should still do something every single day.  Whether that means responding to a few emails, sending out a social media post, just do something. It doesn’t have to be huge, but it will surely keep your flow of getting things done going.  Surround Yourself With Beneficial People Ever heard the saying: “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With” Winners notice things in people that they’d like to acquire (a skill, a mindset, etc) and so they do their best to connect and surround themselves with the people who will have a beneficial impact on their own lives.   You also want to add value to other people’s lives (otherwise, you’re being selfish!). You want to cut out toxic people and only allow the people who are going to push you forward. It might be hard to cut people out of your life, but if they are toxic to your successes, you might want to reconsider that relationship.  Learn To Just “No” Do you think the winners have become successful by saying “yes” to everyone who’s ever asked them for a favor?   Successful people are busy, and they keep themselves busy with the right things. Anyone can be busy, but if they aren’t doing things for themselves and for their goals, what’s the point? Learn to say no, clear up more time for yourself, and get more done that will actually make a difference to your own life.   Plan The Day Ahead If you ever feel like you aren’t getting as much done as you’d like, it’s probably because you aren’t following planning your days.  Writing what I like to call a “To-Do Tomorrow List” is a great way to collect your thoughts at the end of the day and write down everything you need to get done in the next day. It’s so much more effective than trying to think of what to do on the day you need to get it done.  Learn To Laugh At Everything Don’t be Mr or Ms serious all the time. Learning to laugh at your own fails is a great way to overcome embarrassment when you fall down. This attitude was very helpful to some of the greatest innovators of our time. Both Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were laughed at when they talked about their ambitions. They failed, and while everyone was ridiculing them, they just laughed it off and tried again.  It’s okay to fail, quit caring about what other people think when you fail and just get back up and go at it again and again. Once you are at the top, they won’t be laughing anymore.  Being smart is intelligence with a lot of spice— it is about creativity and thinking for yourself. To be able to succeed, you need to be smart. Here are some ways to find out if you are smarter than others  Here are 7 science-backed reasons why you’re actually much smarter than you think.  You stay up late Research has found out that people who stay up later are smarter than people who sleep earlier. This doesn’t necessarily mean that staying up later will make you smarter. It emphasizes the correlation between high intelligence and night owls. A study found that night owl are mentally alert for a longer part of the day than early birds.  You’re an introvert A lot of evidence out there that shows introverted people are more intelligent on average. A study done by The Gifted Development Center showed that 60 percent of gifted children are introverts. In fact, people with very high IQs of 160+ are often extremely introverted, even pathologically so.  A particularly interesting study showed that the brain works differently for introverts compared to extroverts. German psychologist Hans Eysenck researched the brain of an introvert and found that introverts have a naturally high cortical arousal, meaning their ability to process information per second is higher than the average extrovert.  You have sense ogf humor A study in the 70s proved that comedians have higher IQs compared to average people.  It doesn’t take a genius to work out why. Funny people are more witty and creative in conversations.  Interestingly, funny people also score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.   You understand how much you don’t know People who are smarter have no problem in admitting when they don’t know something.  This is backed up by a classic study by Justin Kruger and David Dunning which found that the less intelligent you are, the more you overestimate your cognitive abilities.  In the study, students who scored in the lowest quartile on the test overestimated the number of questions they’d gotten right by nearly 50%.   You are insatiably curious You’ve probably heard of the famous Einstein quote: “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” A study in 2016 found that there’s a link between childhood intelligence and openness to experience – which often to leads to intellectual curiosity later in life.    You’re open-minded If you’re smarter, you’re unlikely to close yourself off to new ideas. Psychologists believe that people who are able to look at both sides of an argument tend to score higher on intelligence tests. At the same time, an intelligent person won’t blindly accept any new idea.  “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”— Aristotle  You’re sensitive to other people’s experiences Intelligent people tend to be highly skilled at showing empathy. Psychology says that being attuned to other people’s feelings and needs is a big component of emotional intelligence. Emotionally-intelligent individuals enjoy talking to new people and understanding where they’re coming from.   Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich     Sponsored Links       Successful people have the following habits and mindset which helped them achieve what they want to reach.    Focus On Wins, Accept The Fails Successful people are all about winning, it’s how they got to where they want to be. But with winning also comes failing, and if you can’t accept fails along with your wins, it just won’t work out. If you are winning all the time, it probably means you aren’t aiming high enough.  Once you start aiming a bit higher; every venture, every decision, every action you take always has the potential for two things; a win or a loss. They will both happen. It’s just how the game is played. But once you empower your fails you will slowly start to see them as small wins.  Just Go For It The difference between people who ‘make it’ and those who don’t is always because of the people who ‘made it’ took action. They stopped reading, they stopped procrastinating, and they just went for it.  Those who don’t take action are those who don’t get any results. So if you could follow any habit out of all of these, it should be this one. Take action, you’ll make it sooner or later.   Work Every Day No matter what day it is; whether it’s vacation, holiday, or your birthday successful people are always doing something, and so should you! Of course on special occasions you want to relax and enjoy your time, you should still do something every single day.  Whether that means responding to a few emails, sending out a social media post, just do something. It doesn’t have to be huge, but it will surely keep your flow of getting things done going.  Surround Yourself With Beneficial People Ever heard the saying: “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With” Winners notice things in people that they’d like to acquire (a skill, a mindset, etc) and so they do their best to connect and surround themselves with the people who will have a beneficial impact on their own lives.   You also want to add value to other people’s lives (otherwise, you’re being selfish!). You want to cut out toxic people and only allow the people who are going to push you forward. It might be hard to cut people out of your life, but if they are toxic to your successes, you might want to reconsider that relationship.  Learn To Say “No” Do you think the winners have become successful by saying “yes” to everyone who’s ever asked them for a favor?   Successful people are busy, and they keep themselves busy with the right things. Anyone can be busy, but if they aren’t doing things for themselves and for their goals, what’s the point? Learn to say no, clear up more time for yourself, and get more done that will actually make a difference to your own life.   Plan The Day Ahead If you ever feel like you aren’t getting as much done as you’d like, it’s probably because you aren’t following planning your days.  Writing what I like to call a “To-Do Tomorrow List” is a great way to collect your thoughts at the end of the day and write down everything you need to get done in the next day. It’s so much more effective than trying to think of what to do on the day you need to get it done.  Learn To Laugh At Everything Don’t be Mr or Ms serious all the time. Learning to laugh at your own fails is a great way to overcome embarrassment when you fall down. This attitude was very helpful to some of the greatest innovators of our time. Both Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were laughed at when they talked about their ambitions. They failed, and while everyone was ridiculing them, they just laughed it off and tried again.  It’s okay to fail, quit caring about what other people think when you fail and just get back up and go at it again and again. Once you are at the top, they won’t be laughing anymore.  Being smart is intelligence with a lot of spice— it is about creativity and thinking for yourself. To be able to succeed, you need to be smart. Here are some ways to find out if you are smarter than others  Here are 7 science-backed reasons why you’re actually much smarter than you think.  You stay up late Research has found out that people who stay up later are smarter than people who sleep earlier. This doesn’t necessarily mean that staying up later will make you smarter. It emphasizes the correlation between high intelligence and night owls. A study found that night owl are mentally alert for a longer part of the day than early birds.  You’re an introvert A lot of evidence out there that shows introverted people are more intelligent on average. A study done by The Gifted Development Center showed that 60 percent of gifted children are introverts. In fact, people with very high IQs of 160+ are often extremely introverted, even pathologically so.  A particularly interesting study showed that the brain works differently for introverts compared to extroverts. German psychologist Hans Eysenck researched the brain of an introvert and found that introverts have a naturally high cortical arousal, meaning their ability to process information per second is higher than the average extrovert.  You have a sense of humor A study in the 70s proved that comedians have higher IQs compared to average people.  It doesn’t take a genius to work out why. Funny people are more witty and creative in conversations.  Interestingly, funny people also score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.   You understand how much you don’t know People who are smarter have no problem in admitting when they don’t know something.  This is backed up by a classic study by Justin Kruger and David Dunning which found that the less intelligent you are, the more you overestimate your cognitive abilities.  In the study, students who scored in the lowest quartile on the test overestimated the number of questions they’d gotten right by nearly 50%.   You are insatiably curious You’ve probably heard of the famous Einstein quote: “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” A study in 2016 found that there’s a link between childhood intelligence and openness to experience – which often to leads to intellectual curiosity later in life.    You’re open-minded If you’re smarter, you’re unlikely to close yourself off to new ideas. Psychologists believe that people who are able to look at both sides of an argument tend to score higher on intelligence tests. At the same time, an intelligent person won’t blindly accept any new idea.  “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”— Aristotle  You’re sensitive to other people’s experiences Intelligent people tend to be highly skilled at showing empathy. Psychology says that being attuned to other people’s feelings and needs is a big component of emotional intelligence. Emotionally-intelligent individuals enjoy talking to new people and understanding where they’re coming from.   Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich
 Work Every Day
No matter what day it is; whether it’s vacation, holiday, or your birthday successful people are always doing something, and so should you! Of course on special occasions you want to relax and enjoy your time, you should still do something every single day.

Whether that means responding to a few emails, sending out a social media post, just do something. It doesn’t have to be huge, but it will surely keep your flow of getting things done going.
he life of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is often co-existent with sacrifice. Nonetheless, we can read stories of success from OFWs who had made it out of pure diligence and hard work, now they are enjoying the fruits of their hard work.  Being successful can be determined by the things you usually do. You can hear more often how successful people share their journey to success and it involves sacrifice. These people have common habits that they usually do. Many people may think that in order to succeed, you have to be smarter than others. Well, it may obviously appear to be true and more true enough, you need to be more than smart to succeed.   Advertisement   The life of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is often co-existent with sacrifice. Nonetheless, we can read stories of success from OFWs who had made it out of pure diligence and hard work, now they are enjoying the fruits of their hard work.  Being successful can be determined by the things you usually do. You can hear more often how successful people share their journey to success and it involves sacrifice. These people have common habits that they usually do. Many people may think that in order to succeed, you have to be smarter than others. Well, it may obviously appear to be true and more true enough, you need to be more than smart to succeed.   Advertisement        Sponsored Links       Successful people have the following habits and mindset which  helped them achieve what they want to reach.   Focus On Wins, Accept The Fails Successful people are all about winning, it’s how they got to where they want to be. But with winning also comes failing, and if you can’t accept fails along with your wins, it just won’t work out. If you are winning all the time, it probably means you aren’t aiming high enough.  Once you start aiming a bit higher; every venture, every decision, every action you take always has the potential for two things; a win or a loss. They will both happen. It’s just how the game is played. But once you empower your fails you will slowly start to see them as small wins.  Just Go For It The difference between people who ‘make it’ and those who don’t is always because of the people who ‘made it’ took action. They stopped reading, they stopped procrastinating, and they just went for it.  Those who don’t take action are those who don’t get any results. So if you could follow any habit out of all of these, it should be this one. Take action, you’ll make it sooner or later.   Work Every Day No matter what day it is; whether it’s vacation, holiday, or your birthday successful people are always doing something, and so should you! Of course on special occasions you want to relax and enjoy your time, you should still do something every single day.  Whether that means responding to a few emails, sending out a social media post, just do something. It doesn’t have to be huge, but it will surely keep your flow of getting things done going.  Surround Yourself With Beneficial People Ever heard the saying: “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With” Winners notice things in people that they’d like to acquire (a skill, a mindset, etc) and so they do their best to connect and surround themselves with the people who will have a beneficial impact on their own lives.   You also want to add value to other people’s lives (otherwise, you’re being selfish!). You want to cut out toxic people and only allow the people who are going to push you forward. It might be hard to cut people out of your life, but if they are toxic to your successes, you might want to reconsider that relationship.  Learn To Just “No” Do you think the winners have become successful by saying “yes” to everyone who’s ever asked them for a favor?   Successful people are busy, and they keep themselves busy with the right things. Anyone can be busy, but if they aren’t doing things for themselves and for their goals, what’s the point? Learn to say no, clear up more time for yourself, and get more done that will actually make a difference to your own life.   Plan The Day Ahead If you ever feel like you aren’t getting as much done as you’d like, it’s probably because you aren’t following planning your days.  Writing what I like to call a “To-Do Tomorrow List” is a great way to collect your thoughts at the end of the day and write down everything you need to get done in the next day. It’s so much more effective than trying to think of what to do on the day you need to get it done.  Learn To Laugh At Everything Don’t be Mr or Ms serious all the time. Learning to laugh at your own fails is a great way to overcome embarrassment when you fall down. This attitude was very helpful to some of the greatest innovators of our time. Both Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were laughed at when they talked about their ambitions. They failed, and while everyone was ridiculing them, they just laughed it off and tried again.  It’s okay to fail, quit caring about what other people think when you fail and just get back up and go at it again and again. Once you are at the top, they won’t be laughing anymore.  Being smart is intelligence with a lot of spice— it is about creativity and thinking for yourself. To be able to succeed, you need to be smart. Here are some ways to find out if you are smarter than others  Here are 7 science-backed reasons why you’re actually much smarter than you think.  You stay up late Research has found out that people who stay up later are smarter than people who sleep earlier. This doesn’t necessarily mean that staying up later will make you smarter. It emphasizes the correlation between high intelligence and night owls. A study found that night owl are mentally alert for a longer part of the day than early birds.  You’re an introvert A lot of evidence out there that shows introverted people are more intelligent on average. A study done by The Gifted Development Center showed that 60 percent of gifted children are introverts. In fact, people with very high IQs of 160+ are often extremely introverted, even pathologically so.  A particularly interesting study showed that the brain works differently for introverts compared to extroverts. German psychologist Hans Eysenck researched the brain of an introvert and found that introverts have a naturally high cortical arousal, meaning their ability to process information per second is higher than the average extrovert.  You have sense ogf humor A study in the 70s proved that comedians have higher IQs compared to average people.  It doesn’t take a genius to work out why. Funny people are more witty and creative in conversations.  Interestingly, funny people also score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.   You understand how much you don’t know People who are smarter have no problem in admitting when they don’t know something.  This is backed up by a classic study by Justin Kruger and David Dunning which found that the less intelligent you are, the more you overestimate your cognitive abilities.  In the study, students who scored in the lowest quartile on the test overestimated the number of questions they’d gotten right by nearly 50%.   You are insatiably curious You’ve probably heard of the famous Einstein quote: “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” A study in 2016 found that there’s a link between childhood intelligence and openness to experience – which often to leads to intellectual curiosity later in life.    You’re open-minded If you’re smarter, you’re unlikely to close yourself off to new ideas. Psychologists believe that people who are able to look at both sides of an argument tend to score higher on intelligence tests. At the same time, an intelligent person won’t blindly accept any new idea.  “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”— Aristotle  You’re sensitive to other people’s experiences Intelligent people tend to be highly skilled at showing empathy. Psychology says that being attuned to other people’s feelings and needs is a big component of emotional intelligence. Emotionally-intelligent individuals enjoy talking to new people and understanding where they’re coming from.   Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich     Sponsored Links       Successful people have the following habits and mindset which helped them achieve what they want to reach.    Focus On Wins, Accept The Fails Successful people are all about winning, it’s how they got to where they want to be. But with winning also comes failing, and if you can’t accept fails along with your wins, it just won’t work out. If you are winning all the time, it probably means you aren’t aiming high enough.  Once you start aiming a bit higher; every venture, every decision, every action you take always has the potential for two things; a win or a loss. They will both happen. It’s just how the game is played. But once you empower your fails you will slowly start to see them as small wins.  Just Go For It The difference between people who ‘make it’ and those who don’t is always because of the people who ‘made it’ took action. They stopped reading, they stopped procrastinating, and they just went for it.  Those who don’t take action are those who don’t get any results. So if you could follow any habit out of all of these, it should be this one. Take action, you’ll make it sooner or later.   Work Every Day No matter what day it is; whether it’s vacation, holiday, or your birthday successful people are always doing something, and so should you! Of course on special occasions you want to relax and enjoy your time, you should still do something every single day.  Whether that means responding to a few emails, sending out a social media post, just do something. It doesn’t have to be huge, but it will surely keep your flow of getting things done going.  Surround Yourself With Beneficial People Ever heard the saying: “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With” Winners notice things in people that they’d like to acquire (a skill, a mindset, etc) and so they do their best to connect and surround themselves with the people who will have a beneficial impact on their own lives.   You also want to add value to other people’s lives (otherwise, you’re being selfish!). You want to cut out toxic people and only allow the people who are going to push you forward. It might be hard to cut people out of your life, but if they are toxic to your successes, you might want to reconsider that relationship.  Learn To Say “No” Do you think the winners have become successful by saying “yes” to everyone who’s ever asked them for a favor?   Successful people are busy, and they keep themselves busy with the right things. Anyone can be busy, but if they aren’t doing things for themselves and for their goals, what’s the point? Learn to say no, clear up more time for yourself, and get more done that will actually make a difference to your own life.   Plan The Day Ahead If you ever feel like you aren’t getting as much done as you’d like, it’s probably because you aren’t following planning your days.  Writing what I like to call a “To-Do Tomorrow List” is a great way to collect your thoughts at the end of the day and write down everything you need to get done in the next day. It’s so much more effective than trying to think of what to do on the day you need to get it done.  Learn To Laugh At Everything Don’t be Mr or Ms serious all the time. Learning to laugh at your own fails is a great way to overcome embarrassment when you fall down. This attitude was very helpful to some of the greatest innovators of our time. Both Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were laughed at when they talked about their ambitions. They failed, and while everyone was ridiculing them, they just laughed it off and tried again.  It’s okay to fail, quit caring about what other people think when you fail and just get back up and go at it again and again. Once you are at the top, they won’t be laughing anymore.  Being smart is intelligence with a lot of spice— it is about creativity and thinking for yourself. To be able to succeed, you need to be smart. Here are some ways to find out if you are smarter than others  Here are 7 science-backed reasons why you’re actually much smarter than you think.  You stay up late Research has found out that people who stay up later are smarter than people who sleep earlier. This doesn’t necessarily mean that staying up later will make you smarter. It emphasizes the correlation between high intelligence and night owls. A study found that night owl are mentally alert for a longer part of the day than early birds.  You’re an introvert A lot of evidence out there that shows introverted people are more intelligent on average. A study done by The Gifted Development Center showed that 60 percent of gifted children are introverts. In fact, people with very high IQs of 160+ are often extremely introverted, even pathologically so.  A particularly interesting study showed that the brain works differently for introverts compared to extroverts. German psychologist Hans Eysenck researched the brain of an introvert and found that introverts have a naturally high cortical arousal, meaning their ability to process information per second is higher than the average extrovert.  You have a sense of humor A study in the 70s proved that comedians have higher IQs compared to average people.  It doesn’t take a genius to work out why. Funny people are more witty and creative in conversations.  Interestingly, funny people also score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.   You understand how much you don’t know People who are smarter have no problem in admitting when they don’t know something.  This is backed up by a classic study by Justin Kruger and David Dunning which found that the less intelligent you are, the more you overestimate your cognitive abilities.  In the study, students who scored in the lowest quartile on the test overestimated the number of questions they’d gotten right by nearly 50%.   You are insatiably curious You’ve probably heard of the famous Einstein quote: “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” A study in 2016 found that there’s a link between childhood intelligence and openness to experience – which often to leads to intellectual curiosity later in life.    You’re open-minded If you’re smarter, you’re unlikely to close yourself off to new ideas. Psychologists believe that people who are able to look at both sides of an argument tend to score higher on intelligence tests. At the same time, an intelligent person won’t blindly accept any new idea.  “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”— Aristotle  You’re sensitive to other people’s experiences Intelligent people tend to be highly skilled at showing empathy. Psychology says that being attuned to other people’s feelings and needs is a big component of emotional intelligence. Emotionally-intelligent individuals enjoy talking to new people and understanding where they’re coming from.   Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich
Surround Yourself With Beneficial People
Ever heard the saying: “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With” Winners notice things in people that they’d like to acquire (a skill, a mindset, etc) and so they do their best to connect and surround themselves with the people who will have a beneficial impact on their own lives.

You also want to add value to other people’s lives (otherwise, you’re being selfish!). You want to cut out toxic people and only allow the people who are going to push you forward. It might be hard to cut people out of your life, but if they are toxic to your successes, you might want to reconsider that relationship.
he life of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is often co-existent with sacrifice. Nonetheless, we can read stories of success from OFWs who had made it out of pure diligence and hard work, now they are enjoying the fruits of their hard work.  Being successful can be determined by the things you usually do. You can hear more often how successful people share their journey to success and it involves sacrifice. These people have common habits that they usually do. Many people may think that in order to succeed, you have to be smarter than others. Well, it may obviously appear to be true and more true enough, you need to be more than smart to succeed.   Advertisement   The life of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is often co-existent with sacrifice. Nonetheless, we can read stories of success from OFWs who had made it out of pure diligence and hard work, now they are enjoying the fruits of their hard work.  Being successful can be determined by the things you usually do. You can hear more often how successful people share their journey to success and it involves sacrifice. These people have common habits that they usually do. Many people may think that in order to succeed, you have to be smarter than others. Well, it may obviously appear to be true and more true enough, you need to be more than smart to succeed.   Advertisement        Sponsored Links       Successful people have the following habits and mindset which  helped them achieve what they want to reach.   Focus On Wins, Accept The Fails Successful people are all about winning, it’s how they got to where they want to be. But with winning also comes failing, and if you can’t accept fails along with your wins, it just won’t work out. If you are winning all the time, it probably means you aren’t aiming high enough.  Once you start aiming a bit higher; every venture, every decision, every action you take always has the potential for two things; a win or a loss. They will both happen. It’s just how the game is played. But once you empower your fails you will slowly start to see them as small wins.  Just Go For It The difference between people who ‘make it’ and those who don’t is always because of the people who ‘made it’ took action. They stopped reading, they stopped procrastinating, and they just went for it.  Those who don’t take action are those who don’t get any results. So if you could follow any habit out of all of these, it should be this one. Take action, you’ll make it sooner or later.   Work Every Day No matter what day it is; whether it’s vacation, holiday, or your birthday successful people are always doing something, and so should you! Of course on special occasions you want to relax and enjoy your time, you should still do something every single day.  Whether that means responding to a few emails, sending out a social media post, just do something. It doesn’t have to be huge, but it will surely keep your flow of getting things done going.  Surround Yourself With Beneficial People Ever heard the saying: “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With” Winners notice things in people that they’d like to acquire (a skill, a mindset, etc) and so they do their best to connect and surround themselves with the people who will have a beneficial impact on their own lives.   You also want to add value to other people’s lives (otherwise, you’re being selfish!). You want to cut out toxic people and only allow the people who are going to push you forward. It might be hard to cut people out of your life, but if they are toxic to your successes, you might want to reconsider that relationship.  Learn To Just “No” Do you think the winners have become successful by saying “yes” to everyone who’s ever asked them for a favor?   Successful people are busy, and they keep themselves busy with the right things. Anyone can be busy, but if they aren’t doing things for themselves and for their goals, what’s the point? Learn to say no, clear up more time for yourself, and get more done that will actually make a difference to your own life.   Plan The Day Ahead If you ever feel like you aren’t getting as much done as you’d like, it’s probably because you aren’t following planning your days.  Writing what I like to call a “To-Do Tomorrow List” is a great way to collect your thoughts at the end of the day and write down everything you need to get done in the next day. It’s so much more effective than trying to think of what to do on the day you need to get it done.  Learn To Laugh At Everything Don’t be Mr or Ms serious all the time. Learning to laugh at your own fails is a great way to overcome embarrassment when you fall down. This attitude was very helpful to some of the greatest innovators of our time. Both Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were laughed at when they talked about their ambitions. They failed, and while everyone was ridiculing them, they just laughed it off and tried again.  It’s okay to fail, quit caring about what other people think when you fail and just get back up and go at it again and again. Once you are at the top, they won’t be laughing anymore.  Being smart is intelligence with a lot of spice— it is about creativity and thinking for yourself. To be able to succeed, you need to be smart. Here are some ways to find out if you are smarter than others  Here are 7 science-backed reasons why you’re actually much smarter than you think.  You stay up late Research has found out that people who stay up later are smarter than people who sleep earlier. This doesn’t necessarily mean that staying up later will make you smarter. It emphasizes the correlation between high intelligence and night owls. A study found that night owl are mentally alert for a longer part of the day than early birds.  You’re an introvert A lot of evidence out there that shows introverted people are more intelligent on average. A study done by The Gifted Development Center showed that 60 percent of gifted children are introverts. In fact, people with very high IQs of 160+ are often extremely introverted, even pathologically so.  A particularly interesting study showed that the brain works differently for introverts compared to extroverts. German psychologist Hans Eysenck researched the brain of an introvert and found that introverts have a naturally high cortical arousal, meaning their ability to process information per second is higher than the average extrovert.  You have sense ogf humor A study in the 70s proved that comedians have higher IQs compared to average people.  It doesn’t take a genius to work out why. Funny people are more witty and creative in conversations.  Interestingly, funny people also score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.   You understand how much you don’t know People who are smarter have no problem in admitting when they don’t know something.  This is backed up by a classic study by Justin Kruger and David Dunning which found that the less intelligent you are, the more you overestimate your cognitive abilities.  In the study, students who scored in the lowest quartile on the test overestimated the number of questions they’d gotten right by nearly 50%.   You are insatiably curious You’ve probably heard of the famous Einstein quote: “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” A study in 2016 found that there’s a link between childhood intelligence and openness to experience – which often to leads to intellectual curiosity later in life.    You’re open-minded If you’re smarter, you’re unlikely to close yourself off to new ideas. Psychologists believe that people who are able to look at both sides of an argument tend to score higher on intelligence tests. At the same time, an intelligent person won’t blindly accept any new idea.  “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”— Aristotle  You’re sensitive to other people’s experiences Intelligent people tend to be highly skilled at showing empathy. Psychology says that being attuned to other people’s feelings and needs is a big component of emotional intelligence. Emotionally-intelligent individuals enjoy talking to new people and understanding where they’re coming from.   Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich     Sponsored Links       Successful people have the following habits and mindset which helped them achieve what they want to reach.    Focus On Wins, Accept The Fails Successful people are all about winning, it’s how they got to where they want to be. But with winning also comes failing, and if you can’t accept fails along with your wins, it just won’t work out. If you are winning all the time, it probably means you aren’t aiming high enough.  Once you start aiming a bit higher; every venture, every decision, every action you take always has the potential for two things; a win or a loss. They will both happen. It’s just how the game is played. But once you empower your fails you will slowly start to see them as small wins.  Just Go For It The difference between people who ‘make it’ and those who don’t is always because of the people who ‘made it’ took action. They stopped reading, they stopped procrastinating, and they just went for it.  Those who don’t take action are those who don’t get any results. So if you could follow any habit out of all of these, it should be this one. Take action, you’ll make it sooner or later.   Work Every Day No matter what day it is; whether it’s vacation, holiday, or your birthday successful people are always doing something, and so should you! Of course on special occasions you want to relax and enjoy your time, you should still do something every single day.  Whether that means responding to a few emails, sending out a social media post, just do something. It doesn’t have to be huge, but it will surely keep your flow of getting things done going.  Surround Yourself With Beneficial People Ever heard the saying: “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With” Winners notice things in people that they’d like to acquire (a skill, a mindset, etc) and so they do their best to connect and surround themselves with the people who will have a beneficial impact on their own lives.   You also want to add value to other people’s lives (otherwise, you’re being selfish!). You want to cut out toxic people and only allow the people who are going to push you forward. It might be hard to cut people out of your life, but if they are toxic to your successes, you might want to reconsider that relationship.  Learn To Say “No” Do you think the winners have become successful by saying “yes” to everyone who’s ever asked them for a favor?   Successful people are busy, and they keep themselves busy with the right things. Anyone can be busy, but if they aren’t doing things for themselves and for their goals, what’s the point? Learn to say no, clear up more time for yourself, and get more done that will actually make a difference to your own life.   Plan The Day Ahead If you ever feel like you aren’t getting as much done as you’d like, it’s probably because you aren’t following planning your days.  Writing what I like to call a “To-Do Tomorrow List” is a great way to collect your thoughts at the end of the day and write down everything you need to get done in the next day. It’s so much more effective than trying to think of what to do on the day you need to get it done.  Learn To Laugh At Everything Don’t be Mr or Ms serious all the time. Learning to laugh at your own fails is a great way to overcome embarrassment when you fall down. This attitude was very helpful to some of the greatest innovators of our time. Both Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were laughed at when they talked about their ambitions. They failed, and while everyone was ridiculing them, they just laughed it off and tried again.  It’s okay to fail, quit caring about what other people think when you fail and just get back up and go at it again and again. Once you are at the top, they won’t be laughing anymore.  Being smart is intelligence with a lot of spice— it is about creativity and thinking for yourself. To be able to succeed, you need to be smart. Here are some ways to find out if you are smarter than others  Here are 7 science-backed reasons why you’re actually much smarter than you think.  You stay up late Research has found out that people who stay up later are smarter than people who sleep earlier. This doesn’t necessarily mean that staying up later will make you smarter. It emphasizes the correlation between high intelligence and night owls. A study found that night owl are mentally alert for a longer part of the day than early birds.  You’re an introvert A lot of evidence out there that shows introverted people are more intelligent on average. A study done by The Gifted Development Center showed that 60 percent of gifted children are introverts. In fact, people with very high IQs of 160+ are often extremely introverted, even pathologically so.  A particularly interesting study showed that the brain works differently for introverts compared to extroverts. German psychologist Hans Eysenck researched the brain of an introvert and found that introverts have a naturally high cortical arousal, meaning their ability to process information per second is higher than the average extrovert.  You have a sense of humor A study in the 70s proved that comedians have higher IQs compared to average people.  It doesn’t take a genius to work out why. Funny people are more witty and creative in conversations.  Interestingly, funny people also score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.   You understand how much you don’t know People who are smarter have no problem in admitting when they don’t know something.  This is backed up by a classic study by Justin Kruger and David Dunning which found that the less intelligent you are, the more you overestimate your cognitive abilities.  In the study, students who scored in the lowest quartile on the test overestimated the number of questions they’d gotten right by nearly 50%.   You are insatiably curious You’ve probably heard of the famous Einstein quote: “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” A study in 2016 found that there’s a link between childhood intelligence and openness to experience – which often to leads to intellectual curiosity later in life.    You’re open-minded If you’re smarter, you’re unlikely to close yourself off to new ideas. Psychologists believe that people who are able to look at both sides of an argument tend to score higher on intelligence tests. At the same time, an intelligent person won’t blindly accept any new idea.  “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”— Aristotle  You’re sensitive to other people’s experiences Intelligent people tend to be highly skilled at showing empathy. Psychology says that being attuned to other people’s feelings and needs is a big component of emotional intelligence. Emotionally-intelligent individuals enjoy talking to new people and understanding where they’re coming from.   Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich
Learn To Say “No”
Do you think the winners have become successful by saying “yes” to everyone who’s ever asked them for a favor?

Successful people are busy, and they keep themselves busy with the right things. Anyone can be busy, but if they aren’t doing things for themselves and for their goals, what’s the point? Learn to say no, clear up more time for yourself, and get more done that will actually make a difference to your own life.
he life of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is often co-existent with sacrifice. Nonetheless, we can read stories of success from OFWs who had made it out of pure diligence and hard work, now they are enjoying the fruits of their hard work.  Being successful can be determined by the things you usually do. You can hear more often how successful people share their journey to success and it involves sacrifice. These people have common habits that they usually do. Many people may think that in order to succeed, you have to be smarter than others. Well, it may obviously appear to be true and more true enough, you need to be more than smart to succeed.   Advertisement   The life of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is often co-existent with sacrifice. Nonetheless, we can read stories of success from OFWs who had made it out of pure diligence and hard work, now they are enjoying the fruits of their hard work.  Being successful can be determined by the things you usually do. You can hear more often how successful people share their journey to success and it involves sacrifice. These people have common habits that they usually do. Many people may think that in order to succeed, you have to be smarter than others. Well, it may obviously appear to be true and more true enough, you need to be more than smart to succeed.   Advertisement        Sponsored Links       Successful people have the following habits and mindset which  helped them achieve what they want to reach.   Focus On Wins, Accept The Fails Successful people are all about winning, it’s how they got to where they want to be. But with winning also comes failing, and if you can’t accept fails along with your wins, it just won’t work out. If you are winning all the time, it probably means you aren’t aiming high enough.  Once you start aiming a bit higher; every venture, every decision, every action you take always has the potential for two things; a win or a loss. They will both happen. It’s just how the game is played. But once you empower your fails you will slowly start to see them as small wins.  Just Go For It The difference between people who ‘make it’ and those who don’t is always because of the people who ‘made it’ took action. They stopped reading, they stopped procrastinating, and they just went for it.  Those who don’t take action are those who don’t get any results. So if you could follow any habit out of all of these, it should be this one. Take action, you’ll make it sooner or later.   Work Every Day No matter what day it is; whether it’s vacation, holiday, or your birthday successful people are always doing something, and so should you! Of course on special occasions you want to relax and enjoy your time, you should still do something every single day.  Whether that means responding to a few emails, sending out a social media post, just do something. It doesn’t have to be huge, but it will surely keep your flow of getting things done going.  Surround Yourself With Beneficial People Ever heard the saying: “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With” Winners notice things in people that they’d like to acquire (a skill, a mindset, etc) and so they do their best to connect and surround themselves with the people who will have a beneficial impact on their own lives.   You also want to add value to other people’s lives (otherwise, you’re being selfish!). You want to cut out toxic people and only allow the people who are going to push you forward. It might be hard to cut people out of your life, but if they are toxic to your successes, you might want to reconsider that relationship.  Learn To Just “No” Do you think the winners have become successful by saying “yes” to everyone who’s ever asked them for a favor?   Successful people are busy, and they keep themselves busy with the right things. Anyone can be busy, but if they aren’t doing things for themselves and for their goals, what’s the point? Learn to say no, clear up more time for yourself, and get more done that will actually make a difference to your own life.   Plan The Day Ahead If you ever feel like you aren’t getting as much done as you’d like, it’s probably because you aren’t following planning your days.  Writing what I like to call a “To-Do Tomorrow List” is a great way to collect your thoughts at the end of the day and write down everything you need to get done in the next day. It’s so much more effective than trying to think of what to do on the day you need to get it done.  Learn To Laugh At Everything Don’t be Mr or Ms serious all the time. Learning to laugh at your own fails is a great way to overcome embarrassment when you fall down. This attitude was very helpful to some of the greatest innovators of our time. Both Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were laughed at when they talked about their ambitions. They failed, and while everyone was ridiculing them, they just laughed it off and tried again.  It’s okay to fail, quit caring about what other people think when you fail and just get back up and go at it again and again. Once you are at the top, they won’t be laughing anymore.  Being smart is intelligence with a lot of spice— it is about creativity and thinking for yourself. To be able to succeed, you need to be smart. Here are some ways to find out if you are smarter than others  Here are 7 science-backed reasons why you’re actually much smarter than you think.  You stay up late Research has found out that people who stay up later are smarter than people who sleep earlier. This doesn’t necessarily mean that staying up later will make you smarter. It emphasizes the correlation between high intelligence and night owls. A study found that night owl are mentally alert for a longer part of the day than early birds.  You’re an introvert A lot of evidence out there that shows introverted people are more intelligent on average. A study done by The Gifted Development Center showed that 60 percent of gifted children are introverts. In fact, people with very high IQs of 160+ are often extremely introverted, even pathologically so.  A particularly interesting study showed that the brain works differently for introverts compared to extroverts. German psychologist Hans Eysenck researched the brain of an introvert and found that introverts have a naturally high cortical arousal, meaning their ability to process information per second is higher than the average extrovert.  You have sense ogf humor A study in the 70s proved that comedians have higher IQs compared to average people.  It doesn’t take a genius to work out why. Funny people are more witty and creative in conversations.  Interestingly, funny people also score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.   You understand how much you don’t know People who are smarter have no problem in admitting when they don’t know something.  This is backed up by a classic study by Justin Kruger and David Dunning which found that the less intelligent you are, the more you overestimate your cognitive abilities.  In the study, students who scored in the lowest quartile on the test overestimated the number of questions they’d gotten right by nearly 50%.   You are insatiably curious You’ve probably heard of the famous Einstein quote: “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” A study in 2016 found that there’s a link between childhood intelligence and openness to experience – which often to leads to intellectual curiosity later in life.    You’re open-minded If you’re smarter, you’re unlikely to close yourself off to new ideas. Psychologists believe that people who are able to look at both sides of an argument tend to score higher on intelligence tests. At the same time, an intelligent person won’t blindly accept any new idea.  “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”— Aristotle  You’re sensitive to other people’s experiences Intelligent people tend to be highly skilled at showing empathy. Psychology says that being attuned to other people’s feelings and needs is a big component of emotional intelligence. Emotionally-intelligent individuals enjoy talking to new people and understanding where they’re coming from.   Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich     Sponsored Links       Successful people have the following habits and mindset which helped them achieve what they want to reach.    Focus On Wins, Accept The Fails Successful people are all about winning, it’s how they got to where they want to be. But with winning also comes failing, and if you can’t accept fails along with your wins, it just won’t work out. If you are winning all the time, it probably means you aren’t aiming high enough.  Once you start aiming a bit higher; every venture, every decision, every action you take always has the potential for two things; a win or a loss. They will both happen. It’s just how the game is played. But once you empower your fails you will slowly start to see them as small wins.  Just Go For It The difference between people who ‘make it’ and those who don’t is always because of the people who ‘made it’ took action. They stopped reading, they stopped procrastinating, and they just went for it.  Those who don’t take action are those who don’t get any results. So if you could follow any habit out of all of these, it should be this one. Take action, you’ll make it sooner or later.   Work Every Day No matter what day it is; whether it’s vacation, holiday, or your birthday successful people are always doing something, and so should you! Of course on special occasions you want to relax and enjoy your time, you should still do something every single day.  Whether that means responding to a few emails, sending out a social media post, just do something. It doesn’t have to be huge, but it will surely keep your flow of getting things done going.  Surround Yourself With Beneficial People Ever heard the saying: “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With” Winners notice things in people that they’d like to acquire (a skill, a mindset, etc) and so they do their best to connect and surround themselves with the people who will have a beneficial impact on their own lives.   You also want to add value to other people’s lives (otherwise, you’re being selfish!). You want to cut out toxic people and only allow the people who are going to push you forward. It might be hard to cut people out of your life, but if they are toxic to your successes, you might want to reconsider that relationship.  Learn To Say “No” Do you think the winners have become successful by saying “yes” to everyone who’s ever asked them for a favor?   Successful people are busy, and they keep themselves busy with the right things. Anyone can be busy, but if they aren’t doing things for themselves and for their goals, what’s the point? Learn to say no, clear up more time for yourself, and get more done that will actually make a difference to your own life.   Plan The Day Ahead If you ever feel like you aren’t getting as much done as you’d like, it’s probably because you aren’t following planning your days.  Writing what I like to call a “To-Do Tomorrow List” is a great way to collect your thoughts at the end of the day and write down everything you need to get done in the next day. It’s so much more effective than trying to think of what to do on the day you need to get it done.  Learn To Laugh At Everything Don’t be Mr or Ms serious all the time. Learning to laugh at your own fails is a great way to overcome embarrassment when you fall down. This attitude was very helpful to some of the greatest innovators of our time. Both Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were laughed at when they talked about their ambitions. They failed, and while everyone was ridiculing them, they just laughed it off and tried again.  It’s okay to fail, quit caring about what other people think when you fail and just get back up and go at it again and again. Once you are at the top, they won’t be laughing anymore.  Being smart is intelligence with a lot of spice— it is about creativity and thinking for yourself. To be able to succeed, you need to be smart. Here are some ways to find out if you are smarter than others  Here are 7 science-backed reasons why you’re actually much smarter than you think.  You stay up late Research has found out that people who stay up later are smarter than people who sleep earlier. This doesn’t necessarily mean that staying up later will make you smarter. It emphasizes the correlation between high intelligence and night owls. A study found that night owl are mentally alert for a longer part of the day than early birds.  You’re an introvert A lot of evidence out there that shows introverted people are more intelligent on average. A study done by The Gifted Development Center showed that 60 percent of gifted children are introverts. In fact, people with very high IQs of 160+ are often extremely introverted, even pathologically so.  A particularly interesting study showed that the brain works differently for introverts compared to extroverts. German psychologist Hans Eysenck researched the brain of an introvert and found that introverts have a naturally high cortical arousal, meaning their ability to process information per second is higher than the average extrovert.  You have a sense of humor A study in the 70s proved that comedians have higher IQs compared to average people.  It doesn’t take a genius to work out why. Funny people are more witty and creative in conversations.  Interestingly, funny people also score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.   You understand how much you don’t know People who are smarter have no problem in admitting when they don’t know something.  This is backed up by a classic study by Justin Kruger and David Dunning which found that the less intelligent you are, the more you overestimate your cognitive abilities.  In the study, students who scored in the lowest quartile on the test overestimated the number of questions they’d gotten right by nearly 50%.   You are insatiably curious You’ve probably heard of the famous Einstein quote: “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” A study in 2016 found that there’s a link between childhood intelligence and openness to experience – which often to leads to intellectual curiosity later in life.    You’re open-minded If you’re smarter, you’re unlikely to close yourself off to new ideas. Psychologists believe that people who are able to look at both sides of an argument tend to score higher on intelligence tests. At the same time, an intelligent person won’t blindly accept any new idea.  “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”— Aristotle  You’re sensitive to other people’s experiences Intelligent people tend to be highly skilled at showing empathy. Psychology says that being attuned to other people’s feelings and needs is a big component of emotional intelligence. Emotionally-intelligent individuals enjoy talking to new people and understanding where they’re coming from.   Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich
 Plan The Day Ahead
If you ever feel like you aren’t getting as much done as you’d like, it’s probably because you aren’t following planning your days.

Writing what I like to call a “To-Do Tomorrow List” is a great way to collect your thoughts at the end of the day and write down everything you need to get done in the next day. It’s so much more effective than trying to think of what to do on the day you need to get it done.
he life of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is often co-existent with sacrifice. Nonetheless, we can read stories of success from OFWs who had made it out of pure diligence and hard work, now they are enjoying the fruits of their hard work.  Being successful can be determined by the things you usually do. You can hear more often how successful people share their journey to success and it involves sacrifice. These people have common habits that they usually do. Many people may think that in order to succeed, you have to be smarter than others. Well, it may obviously appear to be true and more true enough, you need to be more than smart to succeed.   Advertisement   The life of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is often co-existent with sacrifice. Nonetheless, we can read stories of success from OFWs who had made it out of pure diligence and hard work, now they are enjoying the fruits of their hard work.  Being successful can be determined by the things you usually do. You can hear more often how successful people share their journey to success and it involves sacrifice. These people have common habits that they usually do. Many people may think that in order to succeed, you have to be smarter than others. Well, it may obviously appear to be true and more true enough, you need to be more than smart to succeed.   Advertisement        Sponsored Links       Successful people have the following habits and mindset which  helped them achieve what they want to reach.   Focus On Wins, Accept The Fails Successful people are all about winning, it’s how they got to where they want to be. But with winning also comes failing, and if you can’t accept fails along with your wins, it just won’t work out. If you are winning all the time, it probably means you aren’t aiming high enough.  Once you start aiming a bit higher; every venture, every decision, every action you take always has the potential for two things; a win or a loss. They will both happen. It’s just how the game is played. But once you empower your fails you will slowly start to see them as small wins.  Just Go For It The difference between people who ‘make it’ and those who don’t is always because of the people who ‘made it’ took action. They stopped reading, they stopped procrastinating, and they just went for it.  Those who don’t take action are those who don’t get any results. So if you could follow any habit out of all of these, it should be this one. Take action, you’ll make it sooner or later.   Work Every Day No matter what day it is; whether it’s vacation, holiday, or your birthday successful people are always doing something, and so should you! Of course on special occasions you want to relax and enjoy your time, you should still do something every single day.  Whether that means responding to a few emails, sending out a social media post, just do something. It doesn’t have to be huge, but it will surely keep your flow of getting things done going.  Surround Yourself With Beneficial People Ever heard the saying: “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With” Winners notice things in people that they’d like to acquire (a skill, a mindset, etc) and so they do their best to connect and surround themselves with the people who will have a beneficial impact on their own lives.   You also want to add value to other people’s lives (otherwise, you’re being selfish!). You want to cut out toxic people and only allow the people who are going to push you forward. It might be hard to cut people out of your life, but if they are toxic to your successes, you might want to reconsider that relationship.  Learn To Just “No” Do you think the winners have become successful by saying “yes” to everyone who’s ever asked them for a favor?   Successful people are busy, and they keep themselves busy with the right things. Anyone can be busy, but if they aren’t doing things for themselves and for their goals, what’s the point? Learn to say no, clear up more time for yourself, and get more done that will actually make a difference to your own life.   Plan The Day Ahead If you ever feel like you aren’t getting as much done as you’d like, it’s probably because you aren’t following planning your days.  Writing what I like to call a “To-Do Tomorrow List” is a great way to collect your thoughts at the end of the day and write down everything you need to get done in the next day. It’s so much more effective than trying to think of what to do on the day you need to get it done.  Learn To Laugh At Everything Don’t be Mr or Ms serious all the time. Learning to laugh at your own fails is a great way to overcome embarrassment when you fall down. This attitude was very helpful to some of the greatest innovators of our time. Both Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were laughed at when they talked about their ambitions. They failed, and while everyone was ridiculing them, they just laughed it off and tried again.  It’s okay to fail, quit caring about what other people think when you fail and just get back up and go at it again and again. Once you are at the top, they won’t be laughing anymore.  Being smart is intelligence with a lot of spice— it is about creativity and thinking for yourself. To be able to succeed, you need to be smart. Here are some ways to find out if you are smarter than others  Here are 7 science-backed reasons why you’re actually much smarter than you think.  You stay up late Research has found out that people who stay up later are smarter than people who sleep earlier. This doesn’t necessarily mean that staying up later will make you smarter. It emphasizes the correlation between high intelligence and night owls. A study found that night owl are mentally alert for a longer part of the day than early birds.  You’re an introvert A lot of evidence out there that shows introverted people are more intelligent on average. A study done by The Gifted Development Center showed that 60 percent of gifted children are introverts. In fact, people with very high IQs of 160+ are often extremely introverted, even pathologically so.  A particularly interesting study showed that the brain works differently for introverts compared to extroverts. German psychologist Hans Eysenck researched the brain of an introvert and found that introverts have a naturally high cortical arousal, meaning their ability to process information per second is higher than the average extrovert.  You have sense ogf humor A study in the 70s proved that comedians have higher IQs compared to average people.  It doesn’t take a genius to work out why. Funny people are more witty and creative in conversations.  Interestingly, funny people also score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.   You understand how much you don’t know People who are smarter have no problem in admitting when they don’t know something.  This is backed up by a classic study by Justin Kruger and David Dunning which found that the less intelligent you are, the more you overestimate your cognitive abilities.  In the study, students who scored in the lowest quartile on the test overestimated the number of questions they’d gotten right by nearly 50%.   You are insatiably curious You’ve probably heard of the famous Einstein quote: “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” A study in 2016 found that there’s a link between childhood intelligence and openness to experience – which often to leads to intellectual curiosity later in life.    You’re open-minded If you’re smarter, you’re unlikely to close yourself off to new ideas. Psychologists believe that people who are able to look at both sides of an argument tend to score higher on intelligence tests. At the same time, an intelligent person won’t blindly accept any new idea.  “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”— Aristotle  You’re sensitive to other people’s experiences Intelligent people tend to be highly skilled at showing empathy. Psychology says that being attuned to other people’s feelings and needs is a big component of emotional intelligence. Emotionally-intelligent individuals enjoy talking to new people and understanding where they’re coming from.   Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich     Sponsored Links       Successful people have the following habits and mindset which helped them achieve what they want to reach.    Focus On Wins, Accept The Fails Successful people are all about winning, it’s how they got to where they want to be. But with winning also comes failing, and if you can’t accept fails along with your wins, it just won’t work out. If you are winning all the time, it probably means you aren’t aiming high enough.  Once you start aiming a bit higher; every venture, every decision, every action you take always has the potential for two things; a win or a loss. They will both happen. It’s just how the game is played. But once you empower your fails you will slowly start to see them as small wins.  Just Go For It The difference between people who ‘make it’ and those who don’t is always because of the people who ‘made it’ took action. They stopped reading, they stopped procrastinating, and they just went for it.  Those who don’t take action are those who don’t get any results. So if you could follow any habit out of all of these, it should be this one. Take action, you’ll make it sooner or later.   Work Every Day No matter what day it is; whether it’s vacation, holiday, or your birthday successful people are always doing something, and so should you! Of course on special occasions you want to relax and enjoy your time, you should still do something every single day.  Whether that means responding to a few emails, sending out a social media post, just do something. It doesn’t have to be huge, but it will surely keep your flow of getting things done going.  Surround Yourself With Beneficial People Ever heard the saying: “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With” Winners notice things in people that they’d like to acquire (a skill, a mindset, etc) and so they do their best to connect and surround themselves with the people who will have a beneficial impact on their own lives.   You also want to add value to other people’s lives (otherwise, you’re being selfish!). You want to cut out toxic people and only allow the people who are going to push you forward. It might be hard to cut people out of your life, but if they are toxic to your successes, you might want to reconsider that relationship.  Learn To Say “No” Do you think the winners have become successful by saying “yes” to everyone who’s ever asked them for a favor?   Successful people are busy, and they keep themselves busy with the right things. Anyone can be busy, but if they aren’t doing things for themselves and for their goals, what’s the point? Learn to say no, clear up more time for yourself, and get more done that will actually make a difference to your own life.   Plan The Day Ahead If you ever feel like you aren’t getting as much done as you’d like, it’s probably because you aren’t following planning your days.  Writing what I like to call a “To-Do Tomorrow List” is a great way to collect your thoughts at the end of the day and write down everything you need to get done in the next day. It’s so much more effective than trying to think of what to do on the day you need to get it done.  Learn To Laugh At Everything Don’t be Mr or Ms serious all the time. Learning to laugh at your own fails is a great way to overcome embarrassment when you fall down. This attitude was very helpful to some of the greatest innovators of our time. Both Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were laughed at when they talked about their ambitions. They failed, and while everyone was ridiculing them, they just laughed it off and tried again.  It’s okay to fail, quit caring about what other people think when you fail and just get back up and go at it again and again. Once you are at the top, they won’t be laughing anymore.  Being smart is intelligence with a lot of spice— it is about creativity and thinking for yourself. To be able to succeed, you need to be smart. Here are some ways to find out if you are smarter than others  Here are 7 science-backed reasons why you’re actually much smarter than you think.  You stay up late Research has found out that people who stay up later are smarter than people who sleep earlier. This doesn’t necessarily mean that staying up later will make you smarter. It emphasizes the correlation between high intelligence and night owls. A study found that night owl are mentally alert for a longer part of the day than early birds.  You’re an introvert A lot of evidence out there that shows introverted people are more intelligent on average. A study done by The Gifted Development Center showed that 60 percent of gifted children are introverts. In fact, people with very high IQs of 160+ are often extremely introverted, even pathologically so.  A particularly interesting study showed that the brain works differently for introverts compared to extroverts. German psychologist Hans Eysenck researched the brain of an introvert and found that introverts have a naturally high cortical arousal, meaning their ability to process information per second is higher than the average extrovert.  You have a sense of humor A study in the 70s proved that comedians have higher IQs compared to average people.  It doesn’t take a genius to work out why. Funny people are more witty and creative in conversations.  Interestingly, funny people also score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.   You understand how much you don’t know People who are smarter have no problem in admitting when they don’t know something.  This is backed up by a classic study by Justin Kruger and David Dunning which found that the less intelligent you are, the more you overestimate your cognitive abilities.  In the study, students who scored in the lowest quartile on the test overestimated the number of questions they’d gotten right by nearly 50%.   You are insatiably curious You’ve probably heard of the famous Einstein quote: “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” A study in 2016 found that there’s a link between childhood intelligence and openness to experience – which often to leads to intellectual curiosity later in life.    You’re open-minded If you’re smarter, you’re unlikely to close yourself off to new ideas. Psychologists believe that people who are able to look at both sides of an argument tend to score higher on intelligence tests. At the same time, an intelligent person won’t blindly accept any new idea.  “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”— Aristotle  You’re sensitive to other people’s experiences Intelligent people tend to be highly skilled at showing empathy. Psychology says that being attuned to other people’s feelings and needs is a big component of emotional intelligence. Emotionally-intelligent individuals enjoy talking to new people and understanding where they’re coming from.   Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich
Learn To Laugh At Everything
Don’t be Mr or Ms serious all the time. Learning to laugh at your own fails is a great way to overcome embarrassment when you fall down. This attitude was very helpful to some of the greatest innovators of our time. Both Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were laughed at when they talked about their ambitions. They failed, and while everyone was ridiculing them, they just laughed it off and tried again.

It’s okay to fail, quit caring about what other people think when you fail and just get back up and go at it again and again. Once you are at the top, they won’t be laughing anymore.

Being smart is intelligence with a lot of spice— it is about creativity and thinking for yourself.
To be able to succeed, you need to be smart.
Here are some ways to find out if you are smarter than others

Here are 7 science-backed reasons why you’re actually much smarter than you think.
You stay up late
Research has found out that people who stay up later are smarter than people who sleep earlier.
This doesn’t necessarily mean that staying up later will make you smarter. It emphasizes the correlation between high intelligence and night owls.
A study found that night owl are mentally alert for a longer part of the day than early birds.

You’re an introvert
A lot of evidence out there that shows introverted people are more intelligent on average. A study done by The Gifted Development Center showed that 60 percent of gifted children are introverts.
In fact, people with very high IQs of 160+ are often extremely introverted, even pathologically so.

A particularly interesting study showed that the brain works differently for introverts compared to extroverts.
German psychologist Hans Eysenck researched the brain of an introvert and found that introverts have a naturally high cortical arousal, meaning their ability to process information per second is higher than the average extrovert.
You have a sense of humor
A study in the 70s proved that comedians have higher IQs compared to average people.

It doesn’t take a genius to work out why. Funny people are more witty and creative in conversations.

Interestingly, funny people also score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.
 You understand how much you don’t know
People who are smarter have no problem in admitting when they don’t know something.

This is backed up by a classic study by Justin Kruger and David Dunning which found that the less intelligent you are, the more you overestimate your cognitive abilities.

In the study, students who scored in the lowest quartile on the test overestimated the number of questions they’d gotten right by nearly 50%.

 You are insatiably curious
You’ve probably heard of the famous Einstein quote:
“I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.”
A study in 2016 found that there’s a link between childhood intelligence and openness to experience – which often to leads to intellectual curiosity later in life.
 You’re open-minded
If you’re smarter, you’re unlikely to close yourself off to new ideas.
Psychologists believe that people who are able to look at both sides of an argument tend to score higher on intelligence tests.
At the same time, an intelligent person won’t blindly accept any new idea.

“It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”— Aristotle
You’re sensitive to other people’s experiences
Intelligent people tend to be highly skilled at showing empathy.
Psychology says that being attuned to other people’s feelings and needs is a big component of emotional intelligence.
Emotionally-intelligent individuals enjoy talking to new people and understanding where they’re coming from.


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