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Success Indicator: Characteristics For A Successful Life [Infographic]

Success Indicator: Characteristics For A Successful Life [Infographic] | Leading Choices | Scoop.it

Measuring success is hard. By consulting this success indicator, you will be able to tell if your personality & characteristics showcase success or failure.


Via Berend de Jonge, Christine Heine, David Hain, Lenka Lutonska
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I am usually not into infographics, but this one outlines it well. Live life on the left-hand side of this graphic! A meaningful choice to make.

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Chris Carter's curator insight, August 6, 2015 10:14 PM

Thank you!

Kathaperumal Parimanam's curator insight, August 7, 2015 11:07 AM

We need to add the characters and qualities for the success

Kathy Lynch's curator insight, August 8, 2015 1:05 AM

Thx @Berend de Jonge

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Making Right Minded Choices - A Leadership Challenge

Making Right Minded Choices - A Leadership Challenge | Leading Choices | Scoop.it

"Making Right Minded Choices – A Leadership Challenge (Making right minded choices: a leadership challenge: http://t.co/WIWOPtdT #leadership #change...)..."

 

"Some of the attributes of someone who uses right minded thinking more consistently than others are:

 

Self-Awareness – An understanding of the choices and impact of choosing between the ego and the right mind.

 

Resilience – resilience against the ego thought system and the pressure to conform to negative beliefs.

 

Ability to tap into the right mind – being able to pause before reacting and choosing ones thoughts. Living in a different paradigm.

 

Humility – A recognition that we are all in it together and an appreciation that their choices matter and therefore they choose carefully and with humility.

 

Vision – A vision borne out of collective interest and not self interest.

 

Responsibility – a no blame culture in every situation. The victim and persecutor dynamics are dissolved.

 

Generosity – kindness, inclusivity – not excluding anyone, sharing, realising everyone is equally valuable, and can equally make mistakes.

 

Wisdom – understanding when to let go and when to pursue •Non – Judgemental – realising everyone is either acting from their right mind, which is love or ego mind which is lack of love."

 

Read the article to get the final one...

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Scout.com: SMU's Unsung Hero Helps Aggie Captain

Scout.com: SMU's Unsung Hero Helps Aggie Captain | Leading Choices | Scoop.it
Amidst college football’s self-glorifying players, money-driven conferences, and a place where you usually can’t get ahead by playing soft, we saw a heroic act of sportsmanship.
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10 Simple Behaviors That Diminish Trust

10 Simple Behaviors That Diminish Trust | Leading Choices | Scoop.it
Self-check: are you reducing trust without knowing it?

Via AlGonzalezinfo, Amy Melendez, David Hain
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It is amazing how quickly trust can be lost, so it is essential to pause, breathe, and think. Some behaviors to consider and avoid.

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Angie Mc's curator insight, January 19, 2013 4:40 PM

Spot on! Whether at work or at home, avoiding these behaviors increases trust in all relationships.

Angie Mc's comment, January 19, 2013 4:41 PM
Tools to improve trust in all relationships.
Trumans's curator insight, January 20, 2013 5:47 PM

Trust is the thing that holds all relationships together, be they business or persoanl...

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Decisions vs. Choices: Is There a Distinction? | Thin Difference

Decisions vs. Choices: Is There a Distinction? | Thin Difference | Leading Choices | Scoop.it
We can go through our life making decisions on where to live, work, and play, but do we make the choice of how to best live or lead?
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