A Quote by Steve Pavlina on intelligence and entrepreneur
The more new situations you experience, the greater your ability to adapt to ever-changing circumstances. For a long-term employee, being laid off may come as a serious blow. But for a long-term entrepreneur, losing a particular client is just par for the course. The entrepreneur has learned invariant representations which make it easy to add new income streams, while the employee may have much lower intelligence in this area. Similarly, people who interact socially with new people every day will develop much greater social intelligence than those who interact with the same people over and over.
Source: Steve Pavlina: How Your Mind Really Works: http://www.stevepavlina.com/blog/2007/06/how-your-mind-really-works/
Contributed by: ~C4Chaos