This article by the Oechisli Institute, a consulting and coaching firm for financial advisors, applies to most all businesses and high achievers. I personally strive to try to adhere to the suggestions and often fall short with one or more of the points stated.
In a perfect world we might be able to achieve it all, but does falling short make one less of a high achiever? Also, what constitutes a high achiever? Is it financial success? Is it rising to the top of one's profession or avocation?
What are your comments or opinions?
Onward & Upward, From Success to Significance.......our motto...........Jeffrey