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Optional reading for week 1

Introduction and Chapter 1 (What is Success and How Do You Achieve It?) of the book, The Science of Success: What Researchers Know that You Should Know by Paula Caproni. In addition to covering the materials in the videos for this module, this chapter includes more details about the research on the link between IQ/analytic intelligence and success, as well as some common myths that are associated with success. You’ll also learn more about the research about the relationship between meaningful work and results, the characteristics of successful careers, and the predictors of health and general well-being.
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