Too Stupid to Fail is an examination of the effects self-consciousness, doubt, and anxiety have on one’s ability to succeed and achieve their goals. By challenging and eventually overcoming these barriers, one will gain a renewed self-confidence, leading to success in both personal and professional settings.
Too Stupid to Fail is the completion of many years exploring the power and limits of
human potential. A common narrative encourages people to work hard and go to school as a
launching pad for success. While in school people are often praised for their test results and
there is an unfair attributing success to getting good marks in school. I would never downplay
the incredible link between goal setting and goal achievement where grades in school can play
a significant role yet grades alone simply underestimates the real superpower of success. The
fact is that the intelligent will never outperform the resilient. Those who learn a mental model
that does not conform to societal pressure to accept the world as it is, will have a much higher
capacity to achieve higher levels of success. Those who choose to ignore the signs of stop, quit,
and give up and choose to be too stupid to accept the limiting boundaries of other people
opinions will find themselves the rare few that will write their own script in life.