I'm smart enough to know that raw intelligence alone isn't enough to solve anything serious. Other things matter just as much, if not more so. In particular: - Learning is about acquiring knowledge and wisdom from others. Wisdom and knowledge gives you the background necessary to find connections between seemingly unrelated concepts -- that is where the true breakthroughs often happen. As Ralph Waldo Emerson once said: "Every man I meet is in some way my superior, and in that I learn from him." - Collaboration is about harnessing diverse skill sets so that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Any serious project requires a serious collaboration. - Perseverance is about not giving up when the going gets tough. No one is smart or wise enough to anticipate all the problems that the world might throw at you. Smarts without the will to succeed generally doesn't result in much.
Simply tell all the relevant major project launch. For the challenges, instead of the process, I told it is more about stakeholders management. In joining the company, I will consider the overall job scope, career development and the overall package.