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Examples of the difference between intelligence and wisdom are generally easy to find in the
news. Find an example of an intelligent person who acted unwisely and had to pay the
consequences such as fines or jail time. You can choose a business person, celebrity,
government official, or anyone who has acted unwisely and otherwise seems intelligent.
· Due Date: Day 5 [Individual] forum
· Choose a person who has acted unwisely.
· Describe if it was a lack of emotional intelligence, successful intelligence, or both that
caused his or her lack in judgment. What aspects of wisdom was this person lacking that
contributed to his or her lack of judgment?

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