Demonstrate your strengths as a manager without bragging.
Branson even told Elon Musk he needed to "brush up" on this skill.
Steve and Courtney Adcock sped up their plans for early retirement after they got married in 2014.
Demonstrate that you can confidently play either role.
A famous epidemiologist gave Gates a reading list that sparked his passion for global health.
"Follow your bliss, not your material desires."
"Relationships are an incredibly important asset."
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These behaviors could be costing you.
These bad habits are holding you back from success.
Treat yourself! But do it right.
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Winnie Byanyima, executive director of Oxfam International, said her experience as a refugee continues to shape her fight for human rights and gender and wealth equality.
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Focus on this instead, and the money will come.
Spend it before it expires!
If you say "I work too hard," eyes will roll.
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It's a skill you can improve with effort.
You won't catch the basketball superstar paying to download apps.
Dallas Cowboys running back Alfred Morris loves his 1991 Mazda.
Best-selling management author and CNBC contributor Suzy Welch says asking yourself these questions will help you determine if you're as top-performing as you think you are.
Who do you think won?
Show that you've been listening, and that you're capable of thinking big.
"I always wanted to work for myself."
Anyone can use this trick.
Demonstrate that you're informed and interested in connecting with others.
Give hiring managers a better sense of your values.
Avoid responses that include tasks central to the role.
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