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Wharton Business School researched a fascinating phenomenon: Why is it that individuals with the most talent are not always the most successful? Wharton’s business research showed that it’s a person’s mindset to challenges that creates top performers. This challenge-approach mindset boosts productivity and perseverance. Our Executive Presence Training participants identify precisely where their own negative thinking takes root – and then learn to flip these dreary habits on a dime. Creates unstoppable people.
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