The Most Successful People Are Extremely Hard On Themselves

By Ray Pinard | February 7, 2013

An interesting article from the Business Insider web site.

When we fail or run into obstacles, our first response, according to research from Harvard Business School Professor Emeritus Chris Argyris, is a process called “single loop learning” in which we look for external or technical explanations for our difficulties.

We blame other people, we blame our environment, we blame the market. There’s a much more effective alternative, according to Camille Sweeney and Josh Gosfield, authors of the upcoming book, “The Art of Doing,” and it’s common to the most successful people.

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