How To Avoid Letting Other People Limit You
If you have a good idea, the first thing to understand is that it’s yours. You own it and control it, and no one can take it from you. Whether it be a proposal for a new business or an innovation that could improve your organization, you should never let what others have to say about your idea determine how you act on it. Of course, it’s always good to solicit helpful advice. But remember that not everyone will think as you do, and some may have an agenda that’s meant to advance their interests rather than yours.
Don’t allow others to limit you. Be:
You may feel isolated and alone. However, you should not let that stop you from your pursuit. Business is a social enterprise. It is filled with people who have their own interests and agendas to look after and politics is sometimes necessary to reach an end goal. Don’t let that put you off. And never put yourself in the position of letting the opinions of others limit your sense of esteem and success.
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About Christopher Reid Chris was born in Washington, D.C. and lives in Britain. He works as a blogger, essayist, and novelist. His first book, Tea with Maureen, has just been published.