Never forget three types of people in your life
1. Who Helped You In Your Difficult Times
Always remember the people who were there to help you when no one else was. These are the people who are ready to work for your well-being.
Remind them regularly how much you value them and how important they are to you through the difficult times of life.
2. The People Who Left You In Difficult Times
Some people will abandon you as soon as you have nothing to offer them. Once you need help, they are gone.
Always remember these people. Do not rely on them in the future. If someone is not ready to help you in difficult times, he should be there to enjoy the good times.
3. The People Who Put You In Difficult Times
These are the people you want to pay special attention to. If someone makes your life more difficult, there is no reason for you to continue to reward him for your presence.
Do not be afraid to make connections with the toxic relationships you still have. Letting go is sometimes the best thing to do.
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1. Practice Saying “No”
Practice makes perfect. Saying “no” as often as you can is a great way to get better at it and more comfortable with saying the word. And sometimes, repeating the word is the only way to get a message through to extremely persistent people. When they keep insisting, just keep saying no. Eventually, they’ll get the message.
2. Realize You Have A Choice
It’s a wonderful thing to know that at any moment you have the freedom, the ability, the power to choose what to do and how to live your life.
Choice is the greatest gift we get from life.
Yes, it sounds easy but it can be the hardest thing in the world to do… to make a choice and then live with it because the choices you make create your life; make you who you are. They are your present. They are your future. They are your destiny.
3. Stop Apologizing
How many times have you uttered the words, “I’m sorry” when you haven’t actually offended someone or made an error? It’s a common phenomenon, especially in the workplace.
While you may think your reflexive apology shows deference, respect or accommodation, it’s actually making you appear less confident in your own professional abilities.
4. Ask Others For Help
Many of us don’t like to ask for help. We may have been taught that it’s a sign of weakness, so we cling to the notion, “I can do everything myself,” even if it’s no longer the case.
5. Stand Up For What You Believe In
Stand up for what you believe in even if it means standing alone Sometimes its hard to have your own opinion.
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