“Several years ago, I read about a study regarding why people were successful and it made an impact on me,” says Hank Wagner, dairy producer from Oconto Falls, Wis. In the study, a number of graduates from a prominent university were interviewed several years after graduation. A few of them had become very successful. Study authors concluded that “all of the successful graduates had one thing in common — goals.”
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