9 taboos of successful people
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9 taboos of successful people

1. Let the past determine the future

Steve Jobs and Bill Gates are typical successful businessmen.

Everyone has limitations and challenges to face.

Of course, `Easier said than done`.

Everything in the past was just like a training course.

2. Gossip

It’s hard to resist your own curiosity, such as finding out the reasons behind someone’s decisions, the motives of the actions of those around you, or simply `is this guy dating you?`

The problem is, you can’t stay out of the gossip circle.

Therefore, when you want to `gossip` about anyone, think carefully about whether you can talk directly to that person instead of talking behind their back.

For successful people, when they want to share side information, they will say it publicly.

3. Say `yes` when you think `no`

Rejecting an offer from a colleague, a customer or simply a friend is extremely difficult.

When you say `no`, you will only feel anxious for a moment.

Successful people know how to say `no` when necessary.

4. Interrupting others

The essence of interrupting someone is `I don’t care what you’re saying. I’m just thinking about what I’m going to say. It’s extremely important so you need to listen now`.If you want a

5. Arrive late

Every time you’re late, the rest of you will immediately think, `You think your time is more important than ours?`.

You’re late because you allowed yourself to be like that.

6. Resentment

The late South African President Nelson Mandela once said: `Resentment is like drinking poison and hoping it will kill your enemy.`

The secret to success is instead of worrying about what others have done, put all your energy into what you will do.

7. Thinking you lack time

With 24 hours a day, some people get more done than others.

In fact, their lives are wonderful.

Nature gave everyone the same amount of time, but the difference lies in how we use it.

8. Follow everyone

In life, no one really likes you because of the clothes you wear, the car you drive or the house you live in, or even the title at work.

Successful people believe that `always be yourself` even though they know that being different can cause them to lose many people they know.

9. Afraid to do difficult things

The saying `The only scary thing is fear` is quite true.

That fear makes us always hesitant, indecisive, always waiting for the `right moment`.

Never let fear hold you back.

The secret to success is to put your fears aside and start doing what you want, so you don’t have to look back later and say `If only`.

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