The Dirty Dozen
by Bill Yeargin
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Many years ago, living in my college dorm, I began reading books that helped me understand how thinking affects success. I learned that people who are really smart often limit themselves by how they view their circumstances. Others who are not as smart can excel because of the paradigms they choose. As a guy who has never considered himself to be particularly smart, this notion appealed to me.
Now, nearly four decades later, I have seen the premise corroborated again and again: How we think drives our success. And on the flip side, I have seen 12 things people do that sabotage them and limit their success.
Here are the 12 ways of thinking to avoid if you want to be successful...[read more]