According to a recent study by MIT, second-born children, particularly boys, tend to be the troublemaker or the “black sheep” in the family compared to their older siblings.
The youngest children are spoiled and are believed to be unafraid to do risky things.
In business, it pays to be the problem child. They tend to disrupt the norms and help to solve problems that keep clients and prospects up at night.
They tend to do three things well when it comes to problem-solving:
Solve It Better
Solve It Faster
Solve It Cheaper
In this episode, we will look at how making good trouble can help you and your clients make more money in business!