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Dated: April 1 2016
13 Major Differences Between Successful And Unsuccessful People
1. SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE EMBRACE CHANGE. UNSUCCESSFUL PEOPLE FEAR IT.
2. SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE TALK ABOUT IDEAS. UNSUCCESSFUL PEOPLE TALK ABOUT PEOPLE.
3. SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY FOR THEIR FAILURES. UNSUCCESSFUL PEOPLE BLAME OTHERS.
4. SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE GIVE OTHERS ALL THE CREDIT FOR THEIR VICTORIES. UNSUCCESSFUL PEOPLE TAKE ALL THE CREDIT FROM OTHERS.
5. SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE WANT OTHERS TO SUCCEED. UNSUCCESSFUL PEOPLE SECRETLY HOPE OTHERS FAIL.
6. SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE CONTINUOUSLY LEARN. UNSUCCESSFUL PEOPLE FLY BY THE SEAT OF THEIR PANTS.
7. SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE ASK HOW THEY CAN HELP OTHERS. UNSUCCESSFUL PEOPLE ASK HOW THEY CAN HELP THEMSELVES.
8. SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE TAKE A CHANCE AND ASK FOR WHAT THEY WANT. UNSUCCESSFUL PEOPLE ARE AFRAID OF FAILURE.
9. SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE ARE ALWAYS LOOKING TO BETTER UNDERSTAND THEMSELVES. UNSUCCESSFUL PEOPLE DON'T CARE ABOUT INTROSPECTION.
10. SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE LISTEN FIRST AND NEVER STOP LISTENING. UNSUCCESSFUL PEOPLE TALK TOO MUCH.
11. SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE ARE VULNERABLE AND TRANSPARENT. UNSUCCESSFUL PEOPLE ARE PROTECTED AND SECRETIVE.
12. SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE KEEP A POSITIVE ATTITUDE. UNSUCCESSFUL PEOPLE GET NEGATIVE TOO OFTEN.
13. SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE ARE COMMITTED TO GRATITUDE AND ACTS OF KINDNESS. UNSUCCESSFUL PEOPLE PUT THEMSELVES FIRST.
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