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business school geek The 5 Characteristics of Some People
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(1) Effective Resource Management

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(2) Risk Taking

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(3) Independent Decision Making

Successful individuals make most important decisions on their own instead of relying on consultants who may have specialized information but have failed to become successful themselves.

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(4) Self-Awareness

Top dogs invariably are aware of their own strengths and weaknesses. Their self-assessment is independent of the opinions of others. Irregular Times and Associated Minions has produced an easy to take personal assessment inventory entitled You are Special and Wonderful and Absolutely Unique, which informs you of your own level of self-awareness.

(5) Tolerance

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