This is a reminder for us to be unstoppable in our pursuits. Thanks Fola for sharing!
When it comes to the subject of success in life, talent isn’t just enough! Because the road to success can sometimes be very rough and bumpy so much as to require more than talent. With a strong tenacity driven by a heart of steel, an iron-clad will and a very determined attitude, you can make happen your dreams. In this piece written by Yoshito Hori and originally posted on LinkedIn, you’d learn how to create success using the principle called, Adversity Quotient – AQ.
The German psychologist William Stern coined the term IQ in 1912, a couple of years before World War I. The concept of emotional intelligence emerged over half a century later, but the term EQ only became widespread in the late 1990s, with the success of Daniel Goleman’s book Emotional Intelligence.
Dr. Paul Stoltz’s Adversity Quotient—AQ for short—came out in 1997. Stoltz argued that while IQ and EQ certainly play a part in determining success in life, they by no means guarantee it.
Where would I be, what would I do
If not for your grace oh lord…
It’s so amazing and so …refreshing
That you would… love a man like me
You didn’t have to do it but you did it anyway…