Five surprising things super successful people do.
The difference between successful people and really successful people is that really successful people say NO to almost everything.
Warren Buffet (Billionaire)
“What separates the super successful from everyone else? There are well-known factors such as work ethic, passion, intelligence and grit. But there are also less obvious habits that allow certain individuals to separate themselves from the pack and become truly great at what they do.”
5 surprising things super successful people do.
(*no worries, we will talk about women in another issue).
If you say YES to healthy, joyful vegetables, your performance may well go through the roof! Find out why.
Are super successful people boasting jerks?
The dilemma is simple: people who are confident and know how to put themselves in the best light are seen as more competent (makes sense: after all, they’ve just publicized their successes).
Yet in most cultures there is also a cultural norm for modesty, which means that braggarts are often seen as rude and unlikeable; in fact, boasting can be annoying and counterproductive. Find out more about The Braggart’s dilemma.
Having the confidence to embrace downtime makes high flyers more successful. Read more about why not being productive is sometimes good thing.
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