Highbrow Habits

In the last year, we've taken extra time to get to know the spa directors behind the beautiful properties featured in the pages of American Spa. You can learn more about your colleagues too by checking out the latest Bright Spots. We've found that many spa directors came upon their initial opportunities in spa and hospitality by chance, and there they found their passion that's kept them in spa ever since. It takes more than just passion to find success and growth in the competitive spa industry; a high level of business savvy and intelligence is key. Below is a fun infographic from Entrepreneur that gives a bit more insight into the habits of those with high IQs. Setting clear goals and reading definitely ring true in the spa industry, while others might not be as beneficial.  What genius habits below do you identify with and which are most helpful in your spa career?

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