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The rush comes during the build up to, and the immediate realization of, the success. And when the circumstances that made the rush occur are changed—because you've finally successfully achieved your goal—all those chemicals drop back to normal levels. Coming down off this “natural high” can be difficult. Due to complex chemical actions in the brain, the endorphin rush is experienced as a privately enjoyed blissful state. Drugs have been used to mimic this response, but they are unsatisfactory replacements for the real thing.
But being intelligent is something much more complex—it's not just about what you know. Instead, it's about what you do with what you know. Sure, you need to gather information as you go through life. But the real trick of intelligence is how you use that information to achieve your personal goals. In Part 1, you'll learn about the building blocks of intelligence—the toolkits you need as you go about your decisionmaking life. And you'll learn how to maximize that toolkit, so you can take charge of your life and your learning process.
If the role-based aspect of your day's efforts is missing, you lose contact with the larger social world and your place within it. That leads to alienation. Omit the contractual element, and you lose the satisfactions (not to mention the practical utility) of a job well-done and well-compensated. Drop the element of self-expression and you're stuck in an “all-work-and-no-play-makes-Jack-a-dull-boy” syndrome —you're not living and growing, you're just enduring. And remember, although the “fractions” talk about work, the true Einsteins of the world don't distinguish between work and play.