New Neuroscience Reveals 7 Secrets That Will Make You Emotionally Intelligent

If you were in Dare County, North Carolina, in September of 1902 you would have seen two men next to a large piece of machinery yelling at each other. And you probably would have thought that whatever it was these guys were trying to do, it wasn’t going to work out.

How can two people accomplish anything when they’re arguing so much?

But the pair was the Wright brothers. That piece of heavy machinery would become the first airplane. And all that arguing was their secret weapon.

When they were young, their dad, Milton Wright, would raise a subject over dinner and have the boys debate it. Then the two would have to switch sides and argue the other position. It trained them to hone their ideas and express them clearly. They learned to listen and still care about each other as they argued. They learned to disagree productively. And they changed the world.

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