1.They possess an unwavering belief in “one right way.” 2.They cannot accept any less than 100 percent of their expectations being met. 3.They lack faith in the capacity of others. 4.They fail to understand the importance of autonomy when delegating responsibilities. 5.They fail to recognize the value of an initial investment of time in future productivity. 6.They do not plan ahead. 7.They do not maintain a to-do list (mentally or physically).
1.They cannot think with an open mind. 2.They are ineffective teachers. 3.They value work over results. 4.They view a reduction in their work load as a threat to their ego or self worth. 5.They fear failure. 6.They are overly attached to habit or routine. 7.They do not follow up on the delegated in productive and inspiring ways.