Treating People Nicely within a Competitive Environment

Treating People Nicely within a Competitive Environment

Career Advice, Work-life Balance

There are many people in the world who are quick and eager to blame others for their own shortcomings and faults. Such people are not only oblivious to their own mistakes but are also too weak to own up to them even when they know their own faults.

So how do these people tackle their issues? In most cases, such people end up talking bad about others, hurting them, and often even backstabbing their ‘friends’ simply to get themselves out of trouble.

Playing the Blame Game

In today’s competitive world especially food recruitment, many individuals believe that there is a scarcity of good things in life. They truly believe that the reason for their misfortune is that others are getting their share of good fortune. This is why they are resentful towards others and will spare no opportunity to talk badly about others. However, what people do not realise is that blaming others for their own faults will not improve their life.

How Should You Treat Others?

No matter how competitive your surroundings may be, you should always treat others with respect. Don’t make a habit of bad mouthing people simply because they are more successful than you. As a rule, never say bad things about people amid strangers. You never know how one of your listeners may be related to the subject of your conversation and how it will affect their lives. Gossiping and backstabbing are childish ways of dealing with your issues. Own up to your mistakes rather than pushing your fellows under the bus in times of trouble.
You Are Your Own Competition

As hard as it may be for most of us to believe, the biggest competitor that we have in our lives is ourselves. There is an abundance of success in the world. All you need to do is accept your shortcomings and work to improve them to achieve the growth and success you want for yourself in your life.Your competition should be with the time that you waste on a daily basis, the knowledge that you refuse to learn, the strong social connections that you are unable to build, the ill health that prevents you from reaching your goals, and your own inability to make the most of your mental capabilities to generate new and original ideas

Support from the people who are a part of your daily lives help you in achieving your goals and attain the success you desire. However, the only true and real competitor hindering your success is your own self. So treat others with respect; and identify your own shortcomings to overcome them, and you will be able to avoid competition in your life.

Tom Brunt

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