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Success is an Attitude

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« Being Too Blessed To Be Stressed Leads to Success | Main | Manage Headcahes and Backaches for Success »

May 12, 2009


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Laurie | Express Yourself to Success

What a great story! It's taken me years to keep my cool and I still have to work on it. What's helped me the most is not to take the actions or words of others personally. Once I'm able to realize that they're acting out based on their own experiences and perceptions and that I've really got nothing to do with it, it's easy not to take it personally.

Thanks for this post. I really enjoyed it.

Ben Davis (bendav)

Bud, another excellent post. There is more than one point in this story. For me the point of the story is not so much about how I respond to rude behaviour; rather, why I produce rude behaviour (sometimes I'm the driver of the car). Somewhat like a broken or blocked garbage disposal, I take it in without letting it pass thru and finally erupt, spewing garbage everywhere. As you describe, impeccable presentation of self is necessary to create positive impact. I need to block the intake (like the taxi driver) or clean the pipes allowing it to drain so I don't produce the negative behaviour.

Thanks for the thought provoking post!

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