14 Things Strong People Do Not Do
By Sandy Schroeder
When you believe in yourself it shows. Think about what you do best, and then go from there. Keep believing in who you are if you want others to do so, too.
Here are some things confident people avoid from Lifehack.
Excuses are not used – If they made a mistake they say so. If they cannot do something they just say no without inventing excuses.
Fear does not rule - They wade in to deal with tough situations. Gradually they become less scary.
Comfort zones do not help – They know being a little uncomfortable can be necessary to grow. Each challenge brings knowledge.
Postponements do not work – The time is usually right now to get things done. Stacking them up for tomorrow automatically limits their chances of happening.
Approval is part of the mix – Criticism is accepted and evaluated. Getting caught up in it can waste time and reduce energy.
Gossip and drama are skipped – They accept people for who they are. They avoid petty people clashes that waste time and energy.
They use what they have – Whatever is available is used in the most creative way. Determination is as important as funding.
Comparisons are not used – Each individual has a distinct style and footprint. Trying to make comparisons with others may not work. Self-comparisons can be used to keep improving.
Pleasing everyone never happens – They realize it is impossible to make everyone happy. Building strong relationships based on common ground works best.
Constant support is not expected – They take life as it comes giving it their best shot. They know everything will not sail through, but they push ahead.
They don’t run from dilemmas – Postponing problems never makes them better. Dealing with them when they show up makes the most sense.
They don’t take no for an answer – When one thing does not work, they try another. They learn from their mistakes, improving as they move forward.
They don’t wait for a green light – If something needs to be done, they go ahead and do it. Successful business owners will tell you that’s how to score.
They avoid self-limitations – They use every tool they have to maximize performance, cutting time and effort.
Are you one of these people who go for it, who know that the buck stops at your desk? Or are you a person who has to step outside your comfort zone to grow?
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