Replying to LO30253 --
Well you should believe that some people are smarter than others. It gets
proven everyday and in many ways. You can do all types of measurements and
see that intelligence can be measured. What I have learned is just because
I am smarter then some people (many are smarter then me) does not mean I
We confuse being smarter and/or working smarter as the right way to work.
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>From: Alan Cotterell [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>I don't believe anyone is 'smarter' than anyone else, it's all a matter
>It's been a major disappointment of my life that I was unable to use
>most of the information and reasoning derived from my formal education,
>during my career.
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