Golikova called the ten principles of a successful person

© AGN «Moscow» / Kirill Zykov, the Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Tatyana Golikova at the open lesson at school №2030Golikova called the ten principles of a successful person© AGN «Moscow» / Kirill Zykov

Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova told the pupils of a Moscow school about the main principles of a successful person, the correspondent of RIA Novosti.

In the teacher’s Day the speaker visited the school № 2030 and met with students in open class. According to her, the idea is to formulate «basic requirements for yourself in order to become a leader and to take a worthy place in today’s life,» appeared two years ago, on the eve of the world festival of youth and students in Sochi.

«It turned out that to choose these principles and to group them somehow — very difficult, everyone has their own. But we conducted a small survey among our colleagues: «And what leadership principles or what skills that should be possessed by successful person, who wants to be a leader?» — told Vice-the Prime Minister.

She explained that the principles are not in order of importance.

The first of these was the knowledge of foreign languages. «Now this is not the subject of schools, it is not the subject of the Institute, is the subject of communication, it is your socialization in the environment in which you are… Free communication opens up enough opportunities to be in demand,» he said.

The second principle calls for «learn something new every day.» The Vice-Premier has told, that itself changed the activity profile, when, a few years after graduation with the specialization «labor Economics», came to work in the Ministry of Finance and became a professional financier. «This is another specialization, which, of course, requires economic skills I got in high school, but, nevertheless, it is important that I studied and improved, and every time I found new courses, qualifications and training. It is extremely important to increase the knowledge and skill,» she said.

The third principle Golikova called the rating themselves and others «for real deeds and not words and declarations». The fourth principle is to try to work with those who are stronger. «Well, it is obvious and familiar in the world of principle, because we are all coming to a big life students, young professionals, we all try to rely on those people who we have something interesting. In school, I hope it’s your teachers, and, perhaps, you’re targeting those people who bring something new to the lessons that make you want to go, which give new knowledge», — said Golikova.

Golikova also urged not to neglect reading. «We all use gadgets, we all use the modern capabilities that they give us, but the book is extremely important. Just leafing through the pages, we get a completely new quality of knowledge. You can read calmly in the computer and the phone, but when you take a book, you feel completely different. There are books that force you to think differently and to talk, don’t be afraid of these books. When you open the first page of this book, you will want to close it, but when you pass two or three or ten pages, you will certainly are fond of the book and you will discover a completely new,» she said.

The seventh principle is to study new technologies, and the eighth is associated with «networking». «The formation of large groups, communication, the ability via networking to communicate and get new knowledge. Someone creates this knowledge in the Network, someone in your circle, and this is very important because the world is communication. And it is important to know how to use it, be able to build communications, to receive these communications, maximum knowledge,» — said Deputy Prime Minister.

© AGN «Moscow» / Kirill Zykov, the Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Tatyana Golikova at the open lesson at school № 2030 Golikova called the ten principles of a successful person© AGN «Moscow» / Kirill Zykov, the Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Tatyana Golikova at the open lesson at school № 2030

Another principle encourages to look at everything with a critical eye. And the last speaker stated — «to try new things, accept new challenges, take on risk and, most importantly, to be able to make decisions and to bear for them responsibility».

«This is the most difficult to make a decision, to finish and be responsible for it, even if it was wrong,» she concluded.