How Time Makes the Difference Over Time
The difference one makes in his life may depend partly on genes, partly on what is at his or her disposal and partly the time he or she dedicates to work or even study. With time, Greg Lindberg recommends that one can turn around things. Assuming you opted to dedicate eight hours of work to a project per day, and you have minimal resources at your disposal, and another person dedicates only one hour to a similar project. Greg Lindberg will tell you that even when the person dedicating only one hour of his time to the project has a hundred times more resources initially, the person dedicating more time to his or her project will catch up with the person dedicating only one hour in the long run.
Greg Lindberg will tell you that some students tend to grasp concepts at a higher rate when compared to others. One as a student who takes more time to understand concepts would need to work even harder to match students who take lesser time. However, one would persistently catch up, and where the difference is not as big, he or she can even do more than the gifted students. Greg Lindberg will tell you to draw a time intelligence curves of two people. But time can make all the difference where the less intelligent opts to dedicate his or her time to studying more. With more time on books, the less gifted student would catch up with the gifted student. However, if only the student with better genes worked as hard, he or she would be far much better than his or her colleague.
A person with resources or even gifted in some way would turn things around at a higher rate in a case where he or she invested more of his or her time at work or at school. Unfortunately, most such people only explore their environment making them feel superior and only work to stay on top of their environment. They want to compare themselves with those around them and the people they know in life. To a person with better genes and more resources, time would be a boost to making him a national or even an international role model. Greg Lindberg will tell you that some people tend to get to good schools which when combined with a good opportunity makes them some of the world innovators and business entrepreneurs. Greg Lindberg would make it sound even more dramatic by saying that time makes all the difference over time. While one may have worked a few extra hours for extra pay or even read a few extra minutes, it would make all the difference over time.