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This Is The Personality Trait That Most Often Predicts Success

This Is The Personality Trait That Most Often Predicts Success

The only major personality trait that consistently leads to success is…. 

"It's emerging as one of the primary dimensions of successful functioning across the lifespan," Paul Tough writes in "How Children Succeed." "It really goes cradle to grave in terms of how people do." 

Tough says that people who test high in ____ get better grades in school and college, commit fewer crimes, and stay married longer.

10 Ways You're Killing Your Team's Motivation [Infographic]

10 Ways You're Killing Your Team's Motivation [Infographic]

It's been said that people don't leave their jobs, they leave their managers. I recently ran across this article & helpful infographic that showed the 10 ways managers most often contribute to the death of their employee's motivation. Check it out.

15 Things Highly Confident People Don't Do

15 Things Highly Confident People Don't Do

Highly confident people believe in their ability to achieve. If you don’t believe in yourself, why should anyone else put their faith in you? To walk with swagger and improve your self-confidence, watch out for these fifteen things highly confident people don’t do.

5 Ways to Get More Respect at Work

5 Ways to Get More Respect at Work

“Respect your efforts, respect yourself.  Self-respect leads to self-discipline. When you have both firmly under your belt, that’s real power.” Clint Eastwood. 

Seemingly this formula worked well for Clint Eastwood in his career and if you want to be better respected at your job, it can work for you too.

Take a moment to conjure up what work would be like if your colleagues, bosses, subordinates and clients treated you more respectfully.  Do you envision more money?  Do you envision more fulfilling relationships with these individuals?

Why You Need To Stop Bragging About How Busy You Are | FastCompany

Do you rush through the morning paper, barely skimming the headlines while answering emails and making kids’ lunches? Do you compete with coworkers over how late you stay at the office each night?

When journalist Brigid Schulte found herself immersed in one of the most hectic, time-crunched industries, she, like many of her busy coworkers, was feeling overworked and overwhelmed by the demands of her work and home life.