Sunday, July 23, 2017

The "I Don’t Like It" Mistake

The "I Don’t Like It" Mistake 

Typically, when things annoy us, we're taught to walk away or ignore it. But occasionally it can benefit us to take a closer look. For example, if somebody does something wrongly, and their error drives us crazy, we shouldn't criticize the person—we should look at what our incapacity to stand their error can show us. What you cannot stand to see done badly is correctly where you ought to work. For example, if you can't stand it when there are typos on the church programs  or when company emails are not sent out in a timely fashion—if you want things in order—maybe you should consider working in an area of leadership or administration. 

Other people might not even be concerned by these things, but your inability to put up with anything less than quality means that you have an interest there. You need to recognize, "This is an area I have a natural passion about." 

Carl's new release on September 15 2017

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