The article discusses how intelligence, despite being a long-standing and widely debated topic since the time of Greek philosophers, still lacks a comprehensive definition. Intelligence tests, such as the Stanford-Binet scale and Wechsler scales, are classified into two types: general intelligence and multiple intelligences. The article highlights that different types of intelligence proposed by psychologist Howard Gardner play various roles in professional success, without requiring a unified high IQ score. Therefore, the article calls for a re-evaluation of the relationship between intelligence and success, emphasizing that diverse intelligences contribute to professional achievement in different ways.

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