May 29, 2013-- Why do some people become successful while others do not? Adam Grant, an organizational psychologist at The Wharton School, has studied this question and what he found is surprising: "The people most likely to rise to the top are often those who give the most to others -- people Grant calls 'givers,' as opposed to the 'takers' who try to get as much as possible from others and the 'matchers' who try to give and take in equal amounts." In this article, Grant outlines ten ways to get ahead through being unconditionally generous at work, home, and even online. (30265 reads)
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