100 Most Important Human Traits
Numbers 61 Through 65
This comes from a list of the 100 Most Important Human Traits as printed in the Investor’s Business Daily Newspaper a few year’s back.
After listing each trait, I’m going to define the key words from each trait. Your task is to think about these traits and make the appropriate changes in your life to put them into place.
Kindness – The state or quality of being good or benevolent in nature or disposition. State of being mild; gentle.
62. Knowing how to remain focused
Knowing – Ability to perceive or understand. Ability to be cognizant or aware of. Ability to understand from experience or attainment.
Remain – To continue in the same state.
Focused – Concentration of attention or resources on a central point, as of attraction, attention or activity.
Leadership – Ability to go before someone or with someone to show the way; conduct or escort. Ability to guide in direction, course, action, opinion, etc.
64. Learning from own errors / experiences
Learning – The act or process of acquiring knowledge or skill. The modification of behavior through practice, training, or experience.
Errors – Deviations from accuracy or correctness. Mistakes, as in action or speech.
Experiences – Particular instances of personally encountering or undergoing something.
65. Linguistic precision / word economy
Linguistic – Of or belonging to language. Having to do with words.
Precision – Accuracy; exactness.
Word – A unit of language, consisting of one or more spoken sounds or their written representation, that functions as a principal carrier of meaning.
Until next time, may you find your path by walking it . . .
Stanley F. Bronstein
Agent of SuperChange