Multipotens means powerful in Latin. This site aims to give people knowledge how to amplify their potential in every aspect of their life, mostly brain power and willpower.
Who am I?
1. A person with above average IQ score
I’ve done 5 IQ tests all my life, and here are the results:
- 133 (6 years old)
- 121 (10 years old)
- 131 (15 years old)
- 121 (17 years old)
- 128 (18 years old)
According to various system, I belong into the ‘Superior’ category.
2. Someone who want to increase his IQ score
Seeing that my score is always the highest among my friends, there is no doubt that I always feel to have more brain power than them in certain aspects.
However, this doesn’t make satisfied with my current intelligence. Being a ‘superior’ in terms on general intelligence makes me interested in what other people are doing.
It turned out that a lot of people have scores higher than me, and this doesn’t make feel inferior. Their score makes me want to compete with other people outside my social circles.
In fact, I feel the need to compete with other people so I can improve myself.
3. A person who wants to be a billionaire
So basically I am a person who’s interested in correlation between brain power and wealth & success. The logic is simple, the smarter you are, the bigger the chance you will know what you are doing and thus the bigger the chance you can do what others can’t.
And, some studies also says that the top 1% in wealth also being the top 1% in brain. Take a look at some of the articles below and you will know what I’m saying:
- Billionaires Really Are Smarter Than The Rest Of Us, Researcher Finds
- The Scary Smart Are The Scary Rich: Examining Tech’s Richest On The Forbes 400
- Of Brainiacs and Billionaires
The average IQ of billionaires are higher than the average IQ of millionaires, and the average IQ of millionaires are higher than the average IQ of average people.
And yes, the average IQ of homeless people is below average, according to Brain Size, a blog dedicated to IQ, brain, and success.
Who should read this blog?
1. People who are eager to increase their brain power
It’s about doing self improvement, it’s about not denying the truth, it’s about seeing the reality and how the world works, not how the world should works according to you.
We will learn together how we can improve our intelligence, so it will be much easier for us to pursuit our goals. You can increase your brain power, although I can’t guarantee that you will invent a new kind of energy.
It’s important to have an eagerness to achieve something, otherwise you wouldn’t achieve it. It’s not like Bill Gates doesn’t want to grow Microsoft and suddenly it gets one of the biggest tech companies, isn’t it?
2. Students who want to maximize their academic potential
No doubt that students need a good brain performance in order to achieve academic success. Actually, the process of learning itself will makes your brain grow more powerful.
However, by knowing what makes someone smart and intelligent, we can copy their methods and actually improve ourselves.
Observing genius people is one of the best way to learn about genius people. That way, you can imitate their way of life so you can be just like them.
Just make sure to imitate the right things, otherwise you may make your life worse.
3. People that thinks that life isn’t fair
Some people feels stupid and can’t do anything right.
In most cases, they focus on doing things right, instead of doing the right things.
First, ask yourself a question:
Why I can’t do anything right?
If you can’t answer that question, maybe unconsciously you deny the truth for you doing the wrong things.
Denial is one of the best indicators that someone will have no growth in their life. Accept it that you’re making mistakes, both mentally and physically, and you will be an open minded person.
An open minded person learn faster and can absorb various knowledges.
You can’t deny that intelligence is a factor in gaining success in life, although not the main factor. But intelligence plays a huge role in knowing what you do to gain success.
Many people says that IQ is not even a factor in gaining success. Most people who says this usually are just people with average intelligence. They’re just doing a denial because if it was true (which is), then they will have no chance on being successful.
And when I say intelligence, it means the general intelligence in psychology terms which is measured by IQ score.
The brain is like the muscle, it can be trained, and it can improve in matter of performance.
The question is, will you be the person who says:
“IQ is not important!”
“I need to improve my intelligence because it will helps me get what I want!”