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10 Bad Habits of Unsuccessful People

Instead of looking for traits to emulate, focus on ones to avoid

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TThe first successful person I ever met — truly successful, with accomplishments I admired and ambition I strove to emulate — was an entrepreneur in his forties, a client of mine in the first real business I’d ever started. I was 24 and eager to learn; he was constantly cheerful, and had more…




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