Quotients, such as IQ (Intelligence Quotient), are ability scores that help us understand our own selves. 

Although we mostly focus on IQ, the latest years researchers urge us the importance of developing others, such as emotional intelligence.

From primary school, the education system was set to exchanges our IQ, yet science says other abilities are even more important in success.  

IQ and technical skills are important, but Emotional Intelligence is the Sine Qua Non of Leadership.

Daniel Goleman

So being smart is just not enough for your mental health. Becoming happy and successful require more than having the ability to solve maths problems.

Maybe this is one of the main reasons we as adults have such a huge issue with managing our emotions or our life problems.  

In this episode, we are arguing the importance of building three other quotients that are perhaps more important than our IQ.

Here we are explaining why the education system needs to change in order to include other more important lessons to build character in order to help us thrive as individuals.

Finally, this skill set will help us to succeed in any challenge life throws us and lead us to the best version of ourselves. 

I.Q. is a threshold competence. You need it, but it doesn't make you a star. Emotional intelligence can.

Warren G. Bennis

What do you think is the most important ability to develop? You can share your story below.

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With love…for science,


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