Apoligizing can pay

Interesting survey found that people earning more than $100,000 are more likely to apologize for mistakes than those earning less than $25,000. The reasons suggested: higher-income people are less defensive about mistakes, it’s easier to apologize than ask permission, and the fact they earn more indicates they have stronger people skills and can be successful in organizations. CNNMoney.com: Want a higher paycheck? Say you’re sorry

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