Success is just a step away. Work and investment are essential, but they are not everything. You need to change some attitudes if you want to be a leader. Want to understand how? A Say U Consulting shares with you 8 things that successful people or those with a high ability to manage emotions in order to achieve goals avoid:
They are proactive and take blame, they can recognize that making external excuses is not a viable solution, they are just losing power.
Always answer yes
Bradberry, an expert in the field of emotional intelligence, says that people who have difficulty saying no are more likely to feel stress. Saying no can be a big challenge. According to the expert, generally successful people are direct and clear, avoiding wasting time.
They can overcome ego issues, realize that change is inevitable and that constant adaptation is the best solution to grow or grow their business.
Do not ask questions
Asking does not offend and successful people take this into account. Evolution is dependent on knowledge and if you want it to exist you need to clarify any doubts you have in order to move forward.
Fixation on a particular problem creates a blurring of the whole range of other occurrences. It is also a magnet for stress and negativity undermining the person's performance.
Emotionally intelligent people do the opposite: they do not focus on the problem, they never put too much worry on it, because the focus is on the solutions.
Forgiveness happens quickly, but this is only a tool to avoid the continuation of the matter and the said rowing.
Since forgiving does not mean forgetting, successful people do not open themselves up to being in the same position again. They block any chance of it happening again.
Holding a grudge
Rancor is a synonym for stress. Not forgetting allows you to learn and avoid similar situations in the future. On the other hand, holding a grudge is already creating a need to keep negative feelings for others in you that will negatively affect your choices.
Avoiding bitterness is a priority for successful personalities so start letting go of it now. You will even feel a difference in your health.
Expert Bradberry reinforces that people with emotional intelligence are constantly exposed to difficulties, but can stand firm in the face of them. The point is to defend their territory so that they can "live" the next day. In other words, although the goals may be long-term, the struggle of any of us or business is daily. Conflict serves as a way to grow and learn wisely.