You are (probably) wrong about you.
Think you know yourself better than anyone else? Heidi Grant Halvorson throws that theory out of the window in her latest post for Harvard Business Review. And I have to admit, I tend to agree. So many of our decisions are made on a subconscious level that it’s often hard for us to decipher why something went well or why it didn’t - and why other people are often better at describing us than we are. After writing Nine Things Successful People Do Differently (originally a blog post), she’s now following up with a diagnostic which tells you which of the Nine Things you may need to work on. As she says herself, it’s not about taking her online diagnostic, but instead understanding that we all need feedback.