Different People, Different Personalities

26 03 2012

First of all, let me welcome myself back from the twilight zone of posting.  I’d like to say that I just had been lazy last week, and am now back on the posting horse!

I was thinking this morning about how different people are.  Yes, we all might have some things in common, but the reality is that for the most part we are all very different.  Some people are full of energy, while others aren’t.  Some are happy, while some might be gloomy.  You get the point, but isn’t that a great thing?  If we all were alike life would be absolutely boring!  If we all agreed on everything, that would get old quickly.  So what am I getting at?  In life, we are constantly meeting different people, with very different personalities, and how do we interact with them?  Are we able to see things from somebody else’s perspective and try to see where they are coming from even if we don’t agree?  Part of our life experience is to interact with other’s that might not see life the same way we do.

But at the same time, the differing personalities that are so abundant now days, can also be used to our advantage.  How you ask?  Well, in business you are trying to reach out to as many different social groups as you can.  The more groups you have that “like” what you have to offer the better your bottom line is going to be right?  So learning to see the good in everyone is something that not only will help you in everyday life, but could help you in business too.  What I’m trying to say is, just because we are all different and don’t have the same “tastes” doesn’t mean we can’t get along and even be friends with one another.  If you struggle with getting along with people, try and make this a focus in your life and you will be amazed at how much difference it can have in your life.  Business and Personal life is built on relationships and the better we are at seeing past other’s faults and only seeing the good in others, the better our lives will be too!


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