Totally. What about EQ?I think some people put too much emphasis on IQs that they become narcissistically unaware of the real world.
Last IQ test I took clocked me at 125 (classified as "gifted" but not "genius" which would be 140 or better). I thought the test was boring and was of questionable tactical utility.Stephen King...said, "People who boast about their IQs are losers."
All true. I've made more money working factory jobs than office jobs. My favorite job was operating forklifts.Just because you have perfect grades does not mean you can excel at all jobs. Memory attainment and putting out the right answers on paper or online is not the only important thing for certain jobs. Certain jobs require physical labor.
He's socially inept in many ways! XDWhat I have seen is that Sheldon is socially inept in certain ways.
What irritates me most about Sheldon is his superiority complex. It makes him completely unrelatable. If he was truly strategic in this thinking, he'd value all scientific disciplines equally instead of assuming that physics trumps all. Look at what Amy and Howard are able to achieve when they work together! If Sheldon had more of a proper leadership mentality (as he wrongfully fancies himself to have), he'd encourage that sort of thing with his friends who all have differing specialties. His particular mindset lends itself to this "A-Team" style of leadership. That is, if not for his superiority complex. If he could overcome that part of himself, he could be an effective team director.Also, what I have seen is that Penny is uninterested in some things that Sheldon does.
Absolutely agreed. Down with the system!some schools blow things out of proportion when it comes to academic performance that it becomes dehumanizing and cliquey.
I asked that "same" question, but it was worded differently in my head. I think the same for the EQ as I do with the IQ. Some people can emphasize them too much.Judson Joist said:Totally. What about EQ?
I think personality type tests, IQ tests, and EQ tests are not relevant to the real world in some ways.Last IQ test I took clocked me at 125 (classified as "gifted" but not "genius" which would be 140 or better). I thought the test was boring and was of questionable tactical utility.
You lift, bro? Never mind the question, but I do find that office jobs are better for extraverted and introverted people that are aware of their real world more than their inner world and are willing to interact with different real people and real things if need be instead of being extremely reserved and anxious that they can't.All true. I've made more money working factory jobs than office jobs. My favorite job was operating forklifts.
Yeah, I was using the word certain for a humoring effect.He's socially inept in many ways! XD
To me, Sheldon Cooper is Adolf Hitler without the social adeptability and other things. And I consider Sheldon Cooper to be a borderline INTJ, and I consider Penny to be a borderline ESFP. Those 2 characters are polar opposites in many ways to me. Yeah, even I cannot see how Sheldon is relatable to the majority of the people that watch the show. I think the writers of the show had him as a character to make the show off the wall. To me, he annoys me more than he entertains me. I actually got tired of watching the show altogether from it looking a stereotype to the nerdy world that it didn't really have an edge that got me hooked on it. But, anyways.What irritates me most about Sheldon is his superiority complex. It makes him completely unrelatable. If he was truly strategic in this thinking, he'd value all scientific disciplines equally instead of assuming that physics trumps all.
How about attention and memory problems A WELL KNOWN EFFECT OF TRAUMA?In my school, a grade indicates whether you did the work or not. If you followed the instructions, read the book, paid attention in class, all of these things, then you have a good grade. Just out of the question. People who have bad grades just lack any semblance of a desire to do well. If I'm clueless about something, I don't just sit there and wait for test time. I just don't understand what goes through people's heads when they don't know what they are doing. Grades don't indicate intellect, they usually do indicate effort. Unless it's cheating. Cheating doesn't really happen with people have high grades. It's usually people on the verge of failing that give themselves a leg up by cheating so they can continue with their nonsense. They will not be employed because they don't know what they are doing.
There are plenty of people who have grades but claim to be better students. I just have to question why. It seems like the only reason someone might have a low grade is a lack of effort. Just like the video said, valedictorians are just the hardest workers. I'm not one to sit around and study daily, but I get my work done and in complete form. I never handed in an incomplete assignment. I don't know what people are thinking when they do. Would you do that at work? I hope not. I just don't understand why people wouldn't put the effort in when they are paying to be there.
Here's the thing. There are reasons why people do not succeed, such as being overwhelmed by various activities that they must perform. There are attention problems, there's this and there's that. But I am not lying when I say that a lot of people don't care and reject some or a lot of subject matter as being useless to them in their lives. That doesn't even have to be the result of giving up. Constant existential questions of "Why are we learning this?" I've seen this firsthand, there are plenty of people on this site who have alluded to the same vein of thinking. The problem with parents is how they approach that. If you expect all students to get A's, you assume that they just aren't working. Some are putting effort in but may have attention problems. But some other people don't care. I don't see what's wrong with saying that people don't care, they say it themselves. Then they promote the people who are for whatever reason stable in the school environment and do well to geniuses when they don't have to be. That's what the valedictorians said, they are hard workers and the video said it didn't have to do with creativity. That's what I said as well, it's really not about intellect. Perhaps more about concentration and focus. But I would think that's true of many jobs.How about attention and memory problems A WELL KNOWN EFFECT OF TRAUMA?
Why do you create delusional stories like this in your mind instead of educating yourself? Why do you lie?
Do you remember how many times I wrote about effects of trauma on cognition, school performance, etc?
What the hell is wrong with you? Why do you lie?
Why are you, normies such malicious liars?