Within the boundaries of the business world, talent is often ascribed as a primary contributor of success. However, placing too much stock in this point of view can be a critical misstep. The reality is that success exists as a veritable cocktail of elements, and, unlike talent, many of these elements are within one’s own circle of control.
A recent social media post has highlighted a list of 10 exercisable behaviors that do not necessarily require talent, but can impact success both personally and professionally:
“Whenever you do a thing, act as if all the world were watching.” – Thomas Jefferson