Why "makers" stay ahead of "takers"

07/26/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

Your success might depend on whether you're a "maker" or a "taker," Geoffrey James writes. Makers "know they'll succeed and don't care whether others believe in them or not," while takers "draw upon others for their motivation and constantly worry what others will think," he writes. Also, makers focus on their own behavior instead of what others are doing, they show gratitude and they take responsibility for fixing problems.

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