- Having seldom been told they are brilliant, they seek the advice of others.
- Their creativity is limited and so their focus is not eroded by day dreams and detours.
- They are not ashamed of doing one thing at a time and rarely feel the temptation to multitask.
- They have modest goals and don't "bite off more than they can chew."
- Their focus on achievement keeps them out of debilitating worry fests.
- Their lack of status makes them less susceptible to fear of failure.
- They have enough patience for the long haul and are not inclined to be stopped by early failures.
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
7 Reasons Why "Plodders" Succeed
Posted by Michael Wade at 4:00 AM