Ever wondered how your results would turn out if you took an IQ test? The main purpose is to measure intelligence as the test focuses on a variety of skills and aspects.
According to IQ research, Australia is ranked #9 in the world IQ ranking, with an average IQ of 98. Take six-year-old, Joshua Madugula, for example. Considered as one of the smartest children in Australia, the Baulkham Hills boy has an IQ of 153, which is only a few points lower than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking.
All IQ exams include mathematical skills, visual understanding, verbal skills, memory, analytical thinking, pattern recognition, and spatial orientation. For some people, knowing what level your IQ is at can help to boost confidence and morale, while others may have adverse effects on learning that one’s IQ square is below average. They may withdraw themselves from future motivation and prevent the opportunities for success. However, it is important to keep in mind that having a high or low IQ does not predict your outcomes in life.
Not too long ago, I saw a Facebook comment on a George Takei post. A man from the Baby Boomer generation was going on a rant about the Narcissistic Generation & Millennials and how they were useless, lazy, didn’t know what they were doing, didn’t have real jobs, didn’t buy houses and more. It was quite a list of sins.
One particular thing which stuck out to me was his vehement claim of narcissism. This online stranger claims that millennials are selfish, self-absorbed narcissists.
Narcissistic Generation or a Value-Shift?
I don’t normally engage with random people on the web; however, his passionate rant rubbed me the wrong way.
The Internet has forever changed our lives in the way we communicate with each other and help each other. In fact, online communication has opened up possibilities that were previously not available to us.
You’ve probably heard of web therapy. Well, online life coaching is a similar concept in the sense where you are getting the help that you need online instead of traditionally such as face to face or over the phone.
So, why choose online life coaching? Continue reading below to figure out why online life coaching is a life saver.
“Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonymously. A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves; vanity, to what we would have others think of us” – Jane Austen
You may have noticed this about yourself or the people around you, but being happy can be a bit of a challenge. Sure, there are moments of joy and elation, but they do not seem to last very long and then we go back into, well, “normal” life.
Why is this? Better yet, once we know why this is, how can we benefit from this knowledge to become happier?
If you are like me, you often find yourself in an undesirable mental state, like panic, rage or regret. Having this strong emotion for a long time can create the wrong outcome for you, so you want to stop it, to break out of it, but how?