There are two distinct kinds of envy: malicious and benign. Malicious envy is bitter and biting, driven by a need to make things equal and stifles innovation. Benign envy has an inspirational aspect and a powerful motivational force that leads people to dedicate more time, perform better, push their limits and pursue their goals. So take ownership of your envy and use it as a performance tool.
When assessing the ethical aspect of a situation, simply ask yourself: “How would I like to be treated in this situation?” That’s it!
’’You must learn from the mistakes of others. You can’t possibly live long enough to make them all yourself’’ Sam Levenson
Do I look for a better job where I can feel empowered or do I stay in my current job despite the fact that I’ve reached a plateau? Do I pick up tennis or Zumba as a weekly activity? Do I stop renting and look to purchase my own place? Do I commit in my present relationship, or do I leave my options open in case I meet someone more suitable for me? Do I go to that Caribbean Cruise or do I pay off my car loan instead? Choices and decisions ....The way you choose depends highly on what type of decision maker you are, and whether you trust your heart or your mind. There are 5 styles of decision makers out there and each one influences the effectiveness of your decisions. By recognizing your personal ... Read more