[New Year, New You] Day 8: The Key to Being Competent
Welcome to Day 8 of our 21-Day New Year, New You Challenge. We’ve been covering some helpful ideas about how to set your goals, then bravely persist in making them happen. We’ve talked about the importance of taking one step at a time and keeping the whole picture in perspective. We talked about obstacles and how important they are to your degree of pleasure and satisfaction in life. And we’ve talked about why being present to what’s actually happening will make you much, much more able to face and handle the problems in front of you.
I don’t know what goals and objectives you set for yourself, but since we’ve covered many of the internal things you’ll need to have or strengthen to achieve them, let’s talk about another big obstacle that you will eventually have to face–other people! Difficult situations with other people may be one of the biggest sources of stress affecting our health and well-being. While you can throw out the cheese puffs, clear out your closet, move homes, change cities and even countries to rebuild your life, people are a different kind of problem to handle.
To be truly successful at making your goals and dreams happen, chances are pretty good you’re going to need to learn how to handle other people and improve their situation, or yours. Today’s blog post might be the most important thing you ever read when it comes to effectively handling other people!
You can read the rest of this blog article here. There’s an AMAZING story about someone and I would love you to hear all about him, as I know his story can inspire you to improve situations with anybody in your own life! Have at ‘er!