Jealousy can’t be selective
When we see someone doing better than us in any area of life or work, there is an emotion of jealousy that crops up almost unknowingly.
We wish for the same success for us as well, without realizing the input that has gone into getting that kind of outcome.
We be jealous because we are self-critical of ourselves, and in the course to achieve what others have done, we change ourselves, and our own lifestyle and sometimes this change has a higher possibility of impacting us negatively.
Today, Adfactors PR completes 25 years of leadership, while I complete my 9 years in my second stint. Here are 9 of the many lessons I have learnt in this alma mater of mine. 1) Consistency – keep hustling, small improvements each day, the value of compounding will start showing up slowly but when it starts building it will build faster than you could realize. Sometimes, it may take time but you will surely win if you don’t quit. 2) Respect and be kind to your people – give them autonomy to think and deliver in their own way – ignore minor issues and mistakes – each one learns and grows in their own unique style – facilitate learning, don’t instruct. 3) Never be judgmental about anyone – experience – who may seem brilliant may turn otherwise and vice-versa 4) Network – and offer to help – the goodwill that you will deposit will give you higher returns whenever youRead More