Why A High IQ Doesn’t Always Equal Good Affable Leadership!

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Why A High IQ Doesn’t Always Equal Good Affable Leadership!

If anything a high IQ can actually be a hinderance to effective leadership IF not complemented with other qualities such as friendly charisma, natural agreeableness and an ability to laugh at oneself.

Intelligence AND An Agreeable Personality go hand in hand to produce great leadership skills, but Intelligence And Personality don’t always accompany one another for a whole range of reasons. It has been found widely in the corporate world that a marginally higher IQ can naturally be a huge benefit in leadership, but once this IQ reaches the next median level on the chart, this high IQ works against a healthy leadership. Thus this revelation can be completely ignored if an exceptional high IQ is ‘equally’ matched with some of the before mentioned ‘other human traits’, not to mention a good well observed EQ.

EQ – Emotional Quotient/Emotional Intelligence:

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Forget Hackers And Cyberwarfare, Rising Sea Levels Could Pose The Biggest Threat To The Internet

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Forget about Internet on Mars and Li-Fi, the Internet we rely on to run our hospitals, feed our cities, tweet celebrities, and watch animals do stupid things here on Earth could be at risk – and rising sea levels are to blame.

The Internet relies on a large physical network combining colossal data centers and thousands of kilometers of fiber optic cable buried underground. If this was to somehow falter (whether through cyberwarfare, space weather, or climate change), things could get bad pretty quick.

As a recent peer-reviewed study highlights, this infrastructure (the so-called “physical Internet”) is not currently built to withstand significant changes in sea level. Even more worryingly, we could see the consequences of this as soon as 2033.

Quite a bit of this framework is covered and takes after since quite a while ago settled privileges of way, ordinarily paralleling thruways and coastlines, Paul Barford, a…

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I Am Just A Mother………….

Boundless Blessings by Kamal

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-I teach a child to read to school, I’m called a Teacher. But if I teach my child to read stories and tales at home, then I’m just a Mother.

-If I plan lessons for a class, I’m called a Curriculum Coordinator. But if I educate my child at home, then I’m just a Mother.

-If I sit and talk to children an hour each, a week, addressing their needs, I’m a Speech Therapist.  But if I engage and help my child with patience every minute of every day, instill proper values, then I’m just a Mother.   

-If I look after a patient in the hospital, I’m called a Nurse. But, if I nurse child when they are ill, stay awake all night, none able to replace my reassuring presence, then I’m just a Mother.

-If I manage my boss’s office, I’m called a…

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Ballad of the Forest

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Daily Prompt: Forest

Canopies that hide songs,

Carpets that pervade miles,

Barks that crunch footsteps,

And roars that split asunder,

Cracks in the prism,

Flame-quenched oceans,

Parched nomads,

And withered terrains.

Forests of the wild,

A Schrodinger’s cat,

Alive yet dead.

Miles across,

With glittering ensemble,

And swirling smoke,

Tiles that crunch footsteps,

And breaths that steal life.

Cracks in the prism,

Icy gusts that seep in cold,

Parched throats,

And wrinkled souls.

Forests of cement,

A Pandora’s box,

Brewing troubles with hope.

Forests close,

Forests far,

Forests Wild and docile,

Stay, don’t wander,

Be life for the other,

An eye for an eye,

Might make the whole world blind,

Yet a hand held in another,

Might help cross the road

So be that hand, be that bridge

Be the forest that stays.

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The Rich Man and The Poor Man

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He lived a palatial life
Upon the precipice of the mountain
Yet he still wanted a new palace
And a new beautiful fountain

Another man lived a happy life
On the sides of the streets
There was never enough food
And nothing could protect him from the heat

One man had everything
While another had nothing
One complaint about having more
While one was blithe and singing

The rich man had more than the man from the streets
Yet he still whined for his wealth to increase​

The rich man was strolling down the street one day
Having panache in his steps
And then he saw the poor man sitting
Right next to the bay

He went past him without saying a hello
But the poor man didn’t mind
Instead, he gave him a smile and said
“It is a nice day, isn’t it?” With a face oozing kind

The…

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You have the power to make

“You can use your energy to spread the darkness of destruction or you can use it to spread the joy of light to millions”

There might come a point when you’ll feel lonely.That is when your creativity will be like your best friend”

Shahrukh Khan

Live your passion
chase your dreams,
don’t give up
it’s your turn,
use it fully
give your best,
don’t you forget
who you are,
why you begin
why you fought.
how you crushed obstacles
to move freely and travel
the way to your goal,
the way to your dream,
the way to your aim,
don’t forget that.
don’t forget that.

©Paradoxical Introvert

Judge Not others for things we know Not……………

Boundless Blessings by Kamal

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A girl by name Dina went to school in the neighbouring village where she was not known well by many folks in her village as she and her mom had shifted from another village and they were quite new here.  She was enrolled in a school and for almost three weeks, she came to school late and every time the teacher punished her never asking her what was the reason.

On the fourth week, Dina did not attend school at all and many thought she had GIVEN UP on school due to the everyday punishment. However, Dina reported again on the fifth week and this time she came earlier than everybody.  When the teacher came to class, Dina was punished for not attending school the previous week but the teacher was also kind enough to commend her for coming early that day, stating that the punishments had finally yielded some…

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Gadfly an initiative towards change 

During election a person comes in your constituency and say that I will do this and I will do that right?Then you vote that person keeping in mind that yes this person will do something.How many of you find that they do?It is not their problem that they don’t do actually they are oblivious.Imagine if you get an oppurtunity to contact them with your phone and remind them about the promises they made.How amazing it would be!If you think so then get to know that there is an app.

Wabi tech,a strategy and decision making technology firm has come up with an app named Gadfly.With this app you can contact the representative elected in your constituency through different social media platforms.If you want to call them then also you can.You can remind them about the promises they made.You can show your grievances,problems and even you can share some ideas for the betterment of society.You can know a lot about the representative through the app like how much he/she is active on social media.

I have used this app and got impressed with it.It takes 2-5 seconds to open and the most amazing thing about this app is that you don’t have to register.Just turn your location on and then wait for the app to open.Once the app is get opened see the name of the representative and then swipe left for knowing and contacting him/her.

It is a great initiative which is going to change the world.Words have the power to change so use your words,raise your voice towards change.Don’t forgot that you have voted a person from whom you expect to create change in society. 

You can download the app from the given link and don’t forget to review the app.Share the app with your friends and family.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mobile.wabi_tech.gadfly


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