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San Francisco Alumni: Comparing Yourself – Learn How ‘Smart’ People can Become More Successful

DAR, Chapter Events, San Francisco

Virtual |
February 21 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Despite our intelligence and education, many of us ask ourselves, “I am ‘smart’. Why am I not more successful?” Some others ask, “I am already successful. How can I become even more successful?” Ram is an MIT alum who did. 

After 10 years of digging, he found 18 factors that influence the success of highly intelligent people. During his talk, he’ll share these factors and provide game-changing insights as to why this happens, and how each one of you can become more successful. 
You will learn: 

  1. The biggest differences between successful and unsuccessful ‘smart’ people.  
  2. The top three disablers of ‘smart’ people. 
  3. Gender advantages of ‘smart’ men and women 
  4. What prevents some people from taking action to become more successful? 
  5. How you can become more successful, irrespective of how ‘smart’ you are. 
  6. How your alumni compare to the database of alumni of all schools. 

As a benefit to our alumni, we have arranged for you to take his insightful assessment, ‘Is Your Intelligence Enabling or Disabling Your Success?’ ($198 value) for FREE – click on https://www.businessthinking.com/assessments/is-your-smartness-enabling-or-disabling-your-success/ and use the following discount code at checkout: Haas-BayArea-2024. 

You will get a personal report identifying your enabling and disabling factors. He has spoken to alumni clubs of MIT, HBS, Kellogg, Booth, Wharton, Harvard, Michigan Ross, Yale, IIT and Brown. You can become much more successful in 2024, and it could start with this webinar.

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