It isn’t necessary for you to have an IQ in three digits if you want to become a successful innovator. Intelligence is an important aspect of innovation, but it isn’t all there’s to it. One of the most underrated aspects of innovation is how my knowledge of various fields we are able to look at the same things from different points of view. Everything is connected to everything else in the subtlest of ways. For example, your knowledge about musical instruments might help you give a different insight into the nature of things, and might prove to be a breaking ground scientific discovery. Things like that have happened in the past, and are sure to happen in the future too.
Quotes; “The greatest innovators aren’t those who possessed great technical knowledge; they are visionaries who can see life from multiple aspects.” – Quote by Dr Prem Jagyasi