The most dysfunctional belief of successful people

Winners think structures are for other people, says Marshall Goldsmith

One of the most dysfunctional beliefs of successful people is our contempt for simplicity and structure. We believe that we are above needing structure to help us on seemingly simple tasks.

In this last video of the Stakeholder Centered Coaching video course about ‘Becoming the Person You Want to Be’, you’ll learn why some of us think we are above structure – and the importance of structure to becoming the person we want to be.

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