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3 Key Character Traits of Successful People


Recently, Anthony Galima was asked by his Cryptocurrency Crash Course student entrepreneurs to draw upon his 20 years of study and experience, and give a talk about the 3 Key Character Traits of Successful People. Here is what he had to say: As a Business Anthropologist, I have worked within just about every industry and with some of the most successful individuals all around the globe. If I had to narrow down the character traits of the most successful people down to three, they would be the relentless drive for success, having a strong personality, and being outspoken.


First up, let's talk about the relentless drive for success. This is a trait that's often associated with highly successful people, and for good reason. Having a relentless drive for success means that you're highly motivated and persistent in pursuing your goals. You don't give up easily, and you're always pushing yourself to be better. People with this trait tend to be highly focused and disciplined, which can help them achieve great things in their careers and personal lives. They see problems as opportunities to create solutions, and although they may have fixed goals, the path to these goals is always subject to change.


Next, let's talk about having a strong personality. This is another trait that's often found in successful people. What does it mean to have a strong personality? It means that you're confident, assertive, and willing to take charge. People with strong personalities tend to be natural leaders, and they're not afraid to speak their minds and stand up for what they believe in. They're highly adaptable and able to handle challenges and setbacks with ease. They command "attention;" when they walk into a room, you can almost feel these people before seeing them. They always make "eye contact," have a firm handshake, and are extremely confident in their abilities.


Finally, let's talk about being outspoken. This is a trait that's closely related to having a strong personality. People who are outspoken aren't afraid to speak their minds, even if it means going against the grain or ruffling a few feathers. They're confident in their own opinions and ideas, and they're not afraid to express them. Being outspoken can help you stand out in a crowded field, and it can also help you build a strong personal brand. When you aren't "playing to an audience," that candidness and honesty is immediately apparent and respected by intelligent listeners and onlookers.


So, why are these three traits so important for success? Well, for starters, having a relentless drive for success can help you stay motivated and focused on your goals, even when things get tough. Having a strong personality can help you lead others and make tough decisions, while being outspoken can help you build a strong personal brand and stand out from the crowd.


Of course, like any trait, these characteristics can have their downsides. People with a relentless drive for success can sometimes become overly focused on their goals, to the point where they neglect other important aspects of their lives. People with strong personalities can sometimes come across as domineering or overbearing, which can turn off others. And people who are outspoken can sometimes be seen as abrasive or confrontational. With that said however, the pros outweigh the cons.


If you can balance these traits with other important qualities like empathy, self-awareness, and humility, you can become a highly successful and respected person in your field. If you're looking to achieve big things in your career or personal life, consider cultivating a relentless drive for success, a strong personality, and an outspoken nature. Don't look towards motivation or inspiration which are fleeting; but develop a strict routine that you follow daily. Always tackle that which is most difficult first, moving on to things that are relatively easy for you. Lastly, individuals with these traits NEVER STOP LEARNING and cultivating themselves, their business, and their relationships with others.

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