Student: I’ve been told that my IQ is average at best; is that good enough to be a real success?
Teacher: Everyone has equal intelligence when it comes to assessing a situation and making right judgments that will lead to successful action. That intelligence has little to do with IQ. Folks that live successfully at what they set their hearts to, do so because they use their “right judgment intelligence.”
Student: What would stop me from accessing my “right judgment intelligence”?
Teacher: Many things stop you from using your “right judgment intelligence”:
A belief system that has you feeling inadequate or unworthy can do it.
A value system that has looking good or being right more important than getting the accurate facts is another big deterrent.
Any thought-habit that brings up fear or vanity will most likely stop you from accessing your “right judgment intelligence.”
Student: How can I be aware of these deterrents that hamper my use of “right judgment intelligence”?
Teacher: Learn to take “fact-finding responsibility”; you must learn to look at things from a very different perspective than you usually do. Look just for the facts; let nothing distract you from looking FOR facts and acting FROM that.