We have all known people who, regardless of the situation, refuse to accept responsibility for their actions. They refuse to admit that they may have goofed up, and they’re always quick to point an accusing finger at others.
Many times these people tend to be boastful and arrogant. They’re quick to take sole credit for a successful project that was accomplished with the help of others. However, if there is problem, it suddenly becomes the fault of someone else.
You begin your journey by surrounding yourself with positive people. You won’t find these people stewing about getting stuck in a traffic jam for too long. Instead, what you might hear is that while they were waiting for the traffic to clear up, an idea came to them for solving a problem that’s been plaguing an important project.
See, they know that getting stuck in a traffic jam is beyond their control. So, why worry about it? Everyone around them is stuck in the same situation. Rather than getting angry and stressed, they decide to put that time to productive use.
These people and their positive attitudes can be like an elixir for your soul. Hang around them, learn from them, and share their positive energy. Avoid negative people, for they will not have anything to offer you. They act like water to a fire, putting out the flames of hope and happiness.
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