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The Pros and Cons of Self-Control in Work and Relationships

People with high self-control enjoy success but may inadvertently alienate others.

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The benefits of self-control are legion, easily laudable: high credibility and trustworthiness, strong relationships and broad satisfaction, and enhanced productivity and success. Self-control is part of the brain’s executive…

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Grant H Brenner

Grant H Brenner

Psychiatrist, Psychoanalyst, Entrepreneur, Writer, Speaker, Disaster Responder, Advocate, Photographer

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