Have you asked yourself, "I am 'smart'. Why am I not more successful?"  Join this session to learn about the 16 factors that influence the success of highly intelligent people from speaker Ram Iyer.


Online Webinar
Los Angeles, California

Event Details

Have you asked yourself, "I'm 'smart.' Why am I not more successful?" As an MIT alum, I did. After 10 years of digging, I found 16 factors that influence the success of highly intelligent people.

During my talk, I'll share these factors with you. Every attendee will receive a complimentary assessment ($198 value) that pinpoints which of the 16 factors are enabling or disabling each individual's greater success. As an added bonus, I'll create a composite profile of all your alumni who take the assessment so you can see which factors impact success across your alumni community.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights into your own path to success.

About the Speaker

Ram Iyer is a very engaging speaker. He is an engineer with a business degree who has worked at Boeing and Lucent, was a VC in Silicon Valley, and is on his fifth startup. MONEY magazine labeled him "The Comeback Kid" and MIT Sloan listed him as a distinguished alum. He's been featured in dozens of magazines including Money, Fortune, CIO and CFO. He's spoken at MIT, Harvard, Princeton, as well as public events with audiences as large as 3,300. He speaks from extensive experience and will show you how you too can become more successful. His website is www.MiTRamiyer.com.



"Great talk Ram! I found it engaging and very informative!"

- K.H., MIT


"You raised several interesting points, which challenged my earlier views on strengths vs. weaknesses."

- B.K., MIT

"Thank you for a great session today, very insightful and especially helpful for myself as I rejoin the workforce after grad school (MBA)."

- I.Y., MIT, Yale



No Charge


Register Online

Please complete the 61 question assessment to learn if your smartness is enabling or disabling your success using the link and discount code below. Anyone taking the self-assessment can also receive a free personalized report. The aggregated Booth assessment data will be shared during the webinar.
Assessment link
Discount code at checkout: Booth-SoCal-July2023

Deadline: 7/12/2023


Michael Vermillion, '90