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FAILURE IS INEVITABLE

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No matter how many times you have failed academically or the level of your grade point (GPA). The fact, still remains that, there is still room for improvement. Moreover, the ease at which you can increase your intelligent quotient (IQ) or brain power to work at its peak level (i.e the level at which the brain can work magnificently, with a split second such as creative thinking, solve complex problems faster with ease. does not depend on age, status in life or your institution. but desire coupled with practical techniques, which are realistic thus making one to excel academically with distinctions.

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Men like Thomas A. Edison; a man who discovered the incandescent lamp after 1000 applications was thought by many, to have the highest IQ in the last millennium. Initially, he was dismissed from school after three months education, simply because his teacher taught he did not have the intelligence to succeed academically. But he never gave up, to disappointment and failure.

Albert Einstein, a German born American was regarded as an elusive genius and a man with the highest IQ ever recorded historically. His equation, E = MC2 was able to put an end to the world war [I called Hitler war, which no man could. And up till date, he was named the “father of Relativity”, despite, he was consider, a slow leaner with ‘goat brain’ by his teacher in high school. Arno A. Penzia, a noble laureate in physics. who won a noble prize in physics, in 1978 for discovering what, had become known today as “cosmic black body radiation”, graduated, with the teeth of his skin and was regarded as the dumbest. But two things, made his academic life to be kissed by success, firstly by the virtue of his ability to organize things i.e that he can still make it academically with distinctions, enduring the pains of academic failures and disappointment. Winston Churchill, a man nicked-named as an academic failure, disappointment and a frustrated politician, was least in high school, but developed a remarkable brain power of speech (i.e vocabulary) that led him, to become one of the greatest orators of his time and a saviour of great Britain during the World War [I in 1953, Churchill was awarded the Noble Prize, for his biographical presentation, and_ his brilliant oratory. He often choose, from his vast array of vocabulary words, rhetoric to stir the souls of his countrymen, in a desperate hours, during World War II. Churchill’s life also gave great credence and relevance to the concept of “neuroplasticity”. He was the lowest boy in his class, at Harrow school at the age of 12. However, his love for the English language began to grow. In 1895, Churchill graduated from the Royal Military College and in 1940 he become the prime minister of Great Britain, with matchless command of words.

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In conclusion, these men in one way or the other developed a desire to make it in their academics and in the mist of failures with possible techniques. They all applied, the law of numbers which favour those who made several attempt and as a matter of fact, numbers don’t lie. lf Edison, Churchill, Penzia, Einstein, Abraham Lincon, William ShakeSpeare etc could made it, you can make it. Instinctively, they all have one head and where not born genius, but were self developed, to making good use of their brain power, to break record, where others breakdown in life. Moreover, as your body muscles can develop during exercises, also your mental muscles. These men were able to make good use of less than 5 percent of their brain power and were able to, put their subconscious mind in to good use, by the virtue of avoiding, all fOrm of mental inference which can lead to brain drain, to changing their world and the same time to become academic celebrities. Academically, it is time to prove all those who laugh at you wrong, that you can still make it, besides beat and be the best.

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