Some CEOs and business leaders light up a room just by walking in, instantly make us feel special and important. Of course we can’t explain, so why: They’re naturally charismatic than others.
These “charismatics” are better able to convince and persuade other organization’s board of directors and staff to have their suggestions accepted.
Here are the few habits of successful CEOs with remarkable willpower:
1. Successful chief executives listen way more than they talk.
2. They are incredibly humble and genuine, and love to share their screwups. Admit their mistakes.
3. They don’t offer suggestion and advice unless they’re asked.
4. Successful CEOs usually speak when they have something important what matters to the other person, not to you) to say.
5. World’s Greatest CEOs choose their words wisely. For example, You don’t have to interview job candidates; you get to select a great person to join your team. They are probably not an active member of “The Self-Righteous and Arrogant Executives Association (SRAEA)”
6. Best-Performing CEOs don’t discuss the failings of others. They don’t laugh at other people.
7. Wait, the highly successful CEOs shine the spotlight on others, because they know other people are also important. The only people who are impressed by your stuffy, pretentious, self-important self are other stuffy, pretentious, self-important people.