Marshall Goldsmith: The Need to Win

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"One of the most common challenges that successful people face is a constant need to win."

Marshall Goldsmith says that the more we achieve, the more we tend to want to "be right."

At work meetings, we want our position to prevail.

In arguments, we pull out all the stops to come out on top.

Even at supermarket checkouts, we scout other lines to see if there's one that's moving faster.

He has a very, very good point.

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This page contains a single entry by Christian Sarkar published on February 2, 2006 11:11 PM.

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