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I realised an interesting pattern with most people who perform well at work, most have had good childhoods.

posted on March 12th, 2020

The sample size maybe small, only folks who I know or have known in the past maybe a few hundred.

Interesting isnt it, our childhoods have already defined how we will do in future.

Most people are unable to change themselves.

Change is tough if not impossible for most folks.

So the question is

Should we should select people after meeting their parents?

Do you think this can help get rid of bad hiring decisions?

Do you see this pattern with top performers?

What according to you is good childhood?


P.S: What is a good childhood: probably those who had one can share:)