By jaimebradley, 2021-10-31
From our early childhood, parents have explained us what is good and what is bad. They also have warned us that every our action and every type of conduct, no matter was it good or bad, would have its own consequences. In fact, if you are well behaved, you will get some reward, however, the opposite will cost you something. But no one told us that there would also be some gradation.
Now, being adults, we understand that our good behavior, right decisions, and performance of duties could be not enough for achievement of the intended goals. It all needs to be completed with a strong motivation and a constant desire to be the leader and outperform others.
These situations are frequent in our everyday life. For instance, your teacher asks you and your classmate to make a report on some topic for the next class. You are sure that you know this subject...