Friday, September 23, 2016

Smart people do foolish things every day because intelligence has no bearing on your ability to think rationally. Just as IQ measures intelligence and EQ gauges emotional intelligence, Rationality Quotient (RQ) quantifies your ability to make good decisions and exercise sound judgment. The good news is that RQ can be improved through training so let’s get to it – because we all want to make better decisions.  To learn more, check out the book “The Rationality Quotient” or this article on “The Difference Between Rationality and Intelligence.

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