Tag: success

Top 5 Famous/Rich People Who Skipped Homework

Top 5 Famous/Rich People Who Skipped Homework

July 9, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Parents and educators are forever battering children with reasons why they should do their homework. We all know that grades and academic achievements can be major factors in choosing and being successful in a career. Yet, there are some very successful, rich and famous people who have achieved what they have without great academic success behind them.

10 People Whose Lives Began at 60

10 People Whose Lives Began at 60

June 2, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Never say you are too old! Learn more about how old age makes you a brilliant person from this infographic from the folks at Bluebird Care.

Suits and Seats: Where To Sit For Professional Success

Suits and Seats: Where To Sit For Professional Success

March 14, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

The business world is full of high-pressure situations, from interviews and presentations to important sales lunches. To succeed, you have to think about every little detail. But even if you’ve researched your interviewer, memorized your lines, brushed your teeth and combed your hair, you’ve probably neglected an important detail: where should you sit?

The Psychology of Winning

The Psychology of Winning

January 6, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Here is an infographic by the folks at A Winning Personality that provides 8 secrets on how to create a failure-resistant brain, based on the experiences of winning personalities and how they made their way to the top – including celebrities B.B. King, Laura Linney and Olympian Kerri Strug, and other fantastic people ranging from an FBI agent and fighter pilot to a high-altitude window washer.

How Many Times Should You Try Before Success

How Many Times Should You Try Before Success

November 12, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

How many times should you try before rationally quitting? Intuitively, you would think there is a number that most people will attempt before the survival instincts kick in. What is that number? Apparently, it is much higher than one would think.