Subject: Re: BillB is right
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On Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at 10:08:41 PM UTC-8, Clave wrote:
> On 3/7/2018 9:47 PM, BillB wrote:
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> > Everyone has to take their own path. Most of my success is attributable to the blind luck of
being born with an extremely high IQ. I'm very much a slacker at heart.
> Not terribly surprising.
> It was pointed out to me at a very young age that high intelligence and 
> successful laziness are often correlated.
> I mean, what is intelligence if not figuring out the easiest way to 
> achieve an end?

That's exactly right. I've spent my whole life looking for an easier way, and usually finding it. It
used to drive my mom crazy.

After practicing law for a few years, I realized I could either work sixty hours a week and become
extremely wealthy, or just work part-time for myself but still live better than 99% of humans who
have ever walked the planet. It wasn't a hard choice. (Plus I followed my mom's advice and married a
rich girl. That helps a lot.)