Inc.: Want to Be More Successful? Science Says Start With Being More Humble
Originally found at Inc., by Jeff Haden.
More important, why was he sitting in a road-racing class beside a guy like me, listening to an instructor provide a basic overview of the impact of braking and steering input on tire grip?
Good question. Sure, most successful people are constant learners; while success sometimes can be the result of whom you know, long-term success is almost always based on what you know.
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