Updated: November 29, 2021
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What you’ll hear in this episode:
In this episode, we discussed the relationship of intelligence to a person’s ability to make money and become rich.
We talked about a study that tried to check if a higher IQ can lead to more wealth. Spoiler alert, the answer is NO.
Moreover, I also shared the stories of Earl and Gina, two people who serve as proof that financial success is not dependent on one’s ability to excel in school.
This episode is a must-hear for all those who think that investing is only for smart people.
Excerpts and Highlights:
Intelligence provides more earning power but not necessarily more accumulated wealth.
“There are some very smart people who get into financial difficulties. Even smart people don’t save.” –Jay Zagorsky
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