HR specialists believe that listing the persons who make the fewest demands on the CEO's time is the easiest method for identifying B-players. Star performers, on the other hand, make sure that they scream loudly enough to get the attention they want. Another defining characteristic of B-players is that they prioritize work-life balance and place a high value on time spent with family and friends. As a result, B-players work hard to progress, but not at any cost. This mindset is not typical to most A-players, who thrive on fresh challenges and battles. Indeed, because A-players regard themselves as celebrities, they are less reliant on their employers than B-players. They are more concerned with what is good for "Personal brand" than with what is good for the firm.