I’m Attracted To Intelligence Not Education
“I’m attracted to intelligence, not education. You could graduate from the best, most elite college, but if you’re clueless about the world and society, you don’t know anything.” ~ Author unknown
In reality, education is a form of social constructionism that shapes classes and divides societies. Talent is a God-given construct shaped by one’s natural ability, social heritages, and societies to which they belong. Likewise, skill is a byproduct of education sharpened only by how often we use it. — John Sudds
All considered education works given the world in which we live. However, the $64,000 question remaining is how much education one might need to reach his or her goals.
How we differentiate between knowledge and intelligence: the former involves the act of learning while the latter comprises the act of knowing how to exploit what you’ve already learned; or, that in which you may not have prior awareness.
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