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[caption id="attachment_3615" align="alignleft" width="300"] Success is only one percent of your work, and the rest – bold overcoming of obstacles. If you are not afraid of them, success will come to you itself. (Soichiro Honda )[/caption] You may know Soichiro Honda as the founder of the Honda Company and a successful businessman. However, few people are aware that Soichiro Honda was...

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I have noticed that there are two spontaneous reactions when it comes to dealing with negative people 1) we get mean and rude back or 2) we let them run all over us while boiling inside with righteous indignation. Neither of these options seems particularly attractive...This weekend I had a very frustrating incident. As I was getting into a taxi, the driver got distracted and started driving off without checking if I had closed the door. Can you imagine my shock when I had one leg inside the car and the car suddenly started moving? I literally jumped inside, but my ankle still got caught in the door. Besides an ugly bruise I got a piece of the driver’s mind about how long it takes for SOME people to get into a car. No “I’m sorry!” No “Are you ok?” Nothing! I am usually good at controlling my temper, but this time all I could think of was how much I want to smack this rude man and give him a piece of my mind about his manners.

Do you often let a rude taxi driver, an uncaring boss, an insensitive co-worker or an arrogant stranger ruin your day? Have you ever wondered why sometimes people purposely say or do mean things?

I could come up with 4 main reasons:

a) They try to overcompensate for their hurt Ego. Someone has hurt them in the past when they felt especially vulnerable and now they are trying to regain their power and self-confidence by hurting you.

b) They secretly fear that they have the same quality that they are making fun of. For example, if a person makes derogatory remarks about someone being overweight, they are most likely insecure about their own body and are afraid that people will notice it too.

c) They are deeply attached to their sufferings and failures. As weird as it may seem, many people refuse to let go of their negativity, because it brings some drama into their life and gives them something to worry about.

d) They crave attention and love. Just like teenagers when reaching a difficult age act out of spite to prove their own independence, adults defy social norms to get attention and a strong emotion out of you (even if it is a negative emotion).

How do you respond to mean people?

I have noticed that there are two spontaneous reactions when it comes to dealing with negative people 1) we get mean and rude back or 2) we let them run all over us while boiling inside with righteous indignation. Neither of these options seems particularly attractive.

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This article will help you noticeably improve your chances of success, make you invincible to failure, put you in control of your goals and allow you to overcome self-doubts and past setback. 7 Little-Known Tips to Keep Your Resolutions: 1. Start thinking about your New Year’s Resolutions beforehand. This is how I see it - if you resolve to do something for the...

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What do you think will be your biggest regret when you look back at your life? Here’s what you probably won’t catch yourself thinking on your deathbed: • I didn't spend enough time on Facebook • Darn, I wish I took fewer risks • I’m relieved I put off travelling until my retirement • Thank God I always ignored my intuition • Wait a second, why...

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Many of us are looking forward to the Winter Holidays and for the possibility to slow down, relax and spend time with our family. But there is someone, who has to attempt the impossible. In just one night he will have to travel almost 25,000 miles around the world, scrambling across rooftops and scaling chimneys to ensure that every single person...

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Have you noticed how much harder it has become to cook a traditional Thanksgiving dinner? Everyone has preferences these days. I made a list of the guests that are coming to me for dinner and so far I have: a friend of mine who is lactose intolerant. His girlfriend who is allergic to onions and garlic. Then there is my mom...

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Kids are AMAZING. They really are. They make us smile. They remind us that the world is a continuous wonder. They show us how to be authentic. They inspire us to love generously and forgive instantly. They don’t know how to hold grudges for over 5 minutes. They are terrible at keeping secrets. And they don’t have a punch line for jokes....

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