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MaryEllen Tribby: The Success Indicator

The Success Indicator

Do you want to know whether or not you are headed for success? Check out the indicators of successful people and unsuccessful people as outlined by MaryEllen Tribby.

Successful people have a sense of gratitude, compliment others, forgive others, give other people credit for their victories, talk about ideas, read everyday, accept responsibility for their failures, keep a journal, want others to succeed, share information and data, keep a to-be list, set goals and develop life plans, exude joy, embrace change, keep a to-do list, learn continuously, and operate from a transformational perspective.

Unsuccessful people criticize, have a sense of entitlement, hold a grudge, take all the credit, blame others for their failures, watch TV every day, don’t keep a journal, think they know it all, fear change, fly by the seat of their pants, operate from a transactional perspective, talk about people, secretly hope others fail, hoard information and data, don’t know what they want to be, never set goals, and exude anger. And they don’t read nearly enough.


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9 Responses so far.

  1. ryan says:

    did anyone catch that the chart spells successful incorrectly?

    • johnkremer says:

      Both Succesful and Unsuccesful. Alas. Obviously should be Successful and Unsuccessful.

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  4. Annette Geil says:

    Can this be purchased? It should be posted in my workplace!

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  6. Mohamed says:

    The whole infographic seems so sexist with the silhouette of a woman in the successful people tab and that of a man in the other tab. I can just imagine the outrage and all the brouhaha if that had been reversed. Apparently successful people are also good hypocrites and liars

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