Rafael Nadal beats Bezos in ideal boss race

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A new Spanish poll made by InfoJobs says Rafael Nadal would be the ideal boss for most of the population (45%). According to the poll, the characteristics that made Nadal so successful are his humility, honesty, reliability and passion.

Continuing with the ranking, the professional tennis player is followed in second place by Margarita del Val, chemist, CSIC virologist, and Spanish immunologist, with 33% of the mentions; and Jeff Bezos, founder and former CEO of Amazon, with 24%.

On the contrary, the Kardashian family ranks last in terms of ideal boss preferences, with only 3%, followed by gata Ruiz de la Prada (5%). The outcomes of this study show that the stance of young people is quite different right now in comparison with the overall results.

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Ibai Llanos, a Spanish streamer, is ranked higher than Rafa Nadal by up to 37% of professionals aged 16 to 24. Among the primary reasons for this choice are their ability to communicate (48%), creativity (46%), and charisma (44%).

Humility sets apart Rafael Nadal

In the latest episode of the ATP Tennis Radio podcast, Frederic Fontang indicated what really separates Nadal from the rest of the players. He said: “Over the past year, Felix Auger-Aliassime and I have had the opportunity to work with Toni Nadal as a consultant.

Rafael Nadal

Humility is one of the main values ​​within the Nadal family. This is the key that allowed Rafael Nadal to remain competitive and motivated despite all the successes already achieved.” Rafael Nadal recently weighed in on his humility.

“It is important to have true inner humility, not false humility, accepting that it’s not always good, bad moments are better tolerated. One of the keys for me to continue playing tennis today is that I have tolerated success and failure equally.

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Nothing is that big and nothing is that bad; there are good times and bad times. Emotionally, you have to keep a middle line.” Nadal then explained the fundamental importance of leading a healthy lifestyle, which affects every aspect of daily life: “I always say and believe that everything can be improved, and days like today help us do it, yes…

a broader knowledge of the things we need. Especially to be able to enjoy life. But without health it becomes impossible, this is reality.”

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