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Things Mentally Strong Professionals Do Differently

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Things Mentally Strong Professionals Do Differently

Things Mentally Strong Professionals Do Differently

There are several misconceptions about highly successful people.

Business Insider spoke with psychotherapist, Amy Morin.

Morin has interviewed many successful people for her podcast.

She says that successful are not fearless.

They're just more willing to push themselves to face their fears.

Morin says mental strong professionals embrace uncomfortable situations.

They aren't afraid to ask questions.

They admit they don't have all the answer.

They always keep learning.


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