This question is related to a few others here like Who is the most powerful user of the Force? and When Jedi lose parts of their body, does their midi-chlorian count and strength in the Force diminish?.
But my question is, what does a high midi-chlorian count actually mean? if you look at these facts, Anakin/Luke Skywalker have the highest midi-chlorian count in the universe, however jedi masters such as Obi-wan and Yoda, even Sith like Count Dooku and Darth Sidious have shown that they could easily wipe the floor with Anakin and Luke, because of their knowledge and experience.
So it comes back to this question, what does a high midi-chlorian count actually mean if wisdom/experience makes a master of the force more powerful than a person imbued with the force itself?
For example; in the battle of heroes Obi-wan vs Anakin Skywalker, Anakin force pushes into obi-wan's hand and because of the skill/knowledge level between them (even though obiwan is a "master" and Anakin is a "knight"), neither of them could overcome each others force push and created a force explosion.
So does a high midi-chlorian count only mean that they have the ability to some day surpass the skill level of say someone like Yoda? Is it like for instance having a higher IQ than someone else, but having to learn what the former has been doing for much longer period of time and being able to one day do the job better?