Mental health characteristics of successful men
American researchers have researched some successful entrepreneurs and summarized the healthy psychological characteristics of their success: Self-confidence: They generally have strong self-confidence and sometimes aggressive feeling.
A sense of urgency: They usually want to see the results of things very eagerly, so they put a lot of pressure on others.
They believe in “time is money” and don’t like and waste precious time on trivial and boring things.
Do things down to earth: Don’t be sloppy to make yourself comfortable.
Lofty ideals: In order to achieve their personal ideals, they do not account for their false names.
They live simple and simple lives, often taking part-time jobs when necessary.
Emotional stability: They are usually unhappy and rarely smash and complain in front of people.
When encountering difficulties, they are always tenacious to break through.
Like to meet challenges: Like to take risks, but not blindly take risks.
They are willing to accept challenges and have endless fun from overcoming difficulties.
Desire to control and direct: They are usually very obsessed with their decisions and are not accustomed to hearing only those who hit them.
If you are the only person in the company who is just a promise, or just a person who “does not like the company’s environment, but does not have the courage to resign to become a future”, there is still some distance to become an entrepreneur.
Healthy body: They usually have to cook things at “unusual times”. If you have some kind of chronic illness, then your entrepreneurial road must be full of thorns and difficulties.
Extensive knowledge: almost everything is big and small.
They can not only grasp the whole context of the matter, but also be aware of the situation.
Superman abilities: They can sort out a logical framework from clutter.
Sometimes they make instincts when making decisions.
Objective interpersonal attitudes: For their careers, they are often “cold and ruthless” and “regardless of their feelings”, giving people the feeling of “dignity and selflessness” and “discussion of things”.