Numbers Don't Lie

Monday, January 16, 2006

The up side of spoiling children

The up side for spoiling children is that parent may bring up future managers and leaders, according to experts at the Institute of Psychology in Rome. Of the 300 successful managers interviewed, 62% confessed they were spoiled by parents in their childhood and got all they asked for. In general, spoiled children are generally more confident about themselves. They grow up with the idea that there is always a second chance for them and that they can always ask more from people.

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Blogger Linz said...

Hey there,
Nice blog! Fellow-psych student here. Just curious, out of those 62% of successful people interviewed, it makes me ask, how many of them were only children? Again, just curious.... would prove to be an interesting study. Good Work!! Will be back soon, Lindsey

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