Researchers from Pennsylvania found that a high IQ score required both high intelligence and high motivation but a low IQ score could be the result of a lack of either factor...
A host of new trends are coming that offer aspiring entrepreneurs new opportunities... The economy’s greatest hope may be the flourishing entrepreneurs... by Thomas Frey and Raymond Alvarez
Do straight-A students live longer? Researchers have long known that education and good health are inextricably linked... But in a fascinating new report, investigators found that it is not just the number of degrees...
Team time-trials are all about riding on the limit, and that hurts. The team that wins will be the one that wants it most, and does the little things right... BBC News
A report on the underrepresentation of women in science and math by the American Association of University Women, to be released Monday, found that although women have made gains, stereotypes and cultural biases still impede their success... by Tamar Lewin
The secret of success is revealed. Find out more about the skills neccessary for you to succeed with this article by Bill Gates
Albert Einstein (1879-1955) was the Nobel Prize winner in 1921 for physics. Find out how Einstein relates curiosity to success... by Bo Bennett
With girls outperforming boys these days in high school and college, educators have been sparring over whether there is a crisis in the education of boys... By Alan Finder
Too many of us believe in the “talent” myth — that top performers are born, rather than built. But Syed shows that in almost every arena in which tasks are complex, top performers excel not because of innate ability but because of dedicated practice.
Better teaching? Educators prefer to discuss how technology is making it easier to focus on the educating... by Kabir Chibber
The opposite of perseverance is procrastination. Perseverance means you never quit. Procrastination usually means you never get started, although the inability to finish something is also a form of procrastination...by Jim Rohn
I became strong, outwardly confident, courageous. All those words have been used to describe me. I couldn’t tolerate weakness. I wore tailored clothing, anything else was too soft...