Are you the first born child in your family? Then there’s a good chance you bossed around your little brothers and sisters growing up.
Well, turns out being a ‘bossy-pants-mcgee’ isn’t such a bad thing after all. According to a new study, older siblings are more likely to be CEOs or politicians because of their experience from ordering their younger siblings around.
Researchers of the study also said they were ‘more emotionally stable, persistent, socially outgoing, willing to assume responsibility, and able to take initiative than later-borns’ thanks to their parents being more strict with their first-borns.
Who said being bossy was a bad thing?!