Why are People Missing Certain Behaviors?

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Zacharia Marimo, HR Consultant, Zimbabwe, Member

Why is there an absence of certain behaviours at the expense of others? This should probably be traced back to parental upbringing as one fundamental institution that provides nature and nurture variables to the person. It could be a born, genetic factor or something that lacked or was missing during the childhood. Depriviation of some sort leads to absence of some (required) behaviours. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Why People are Missing Certain Behaviors
mccarthy

I suggest you read a books called 'Bounce' by Syed or 'Talent is Overrated' by Colwin. In complex tasks it has nothing to do with nature or DNA or some divine spark to where certain people excel and other don't.
I assume you mean behaviours that occur in people who achieve something positive and affirming that could be looked at as either exemplary or even iconic.
 

   

 
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