The Road to Extraordinary Success

Guidelines to be successful are though in any MBA school, but it is not following them what leads to memorable success.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

And it seems that passion is the main ingredient to know which rules to break and when to do it.

Passion is a common factor in many great achievements –but also in monumental failures. By analyzing the lives and projects of two giants in their industries, James Cameron in cinema and Steve Jobs in computers, Bnet.com lays out three very special traits shared by these individuals, crucial in making their passion lead to success instead of failure.

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