Do you know that there are things we can learn from people who drive us nuts?
It is true that no one likes to be associated with annoying people who step on toes and push us to the wall.
Nevertheless, these kind of people cause changes in our lives. They make you to grow.
So what lessons can we learn from annoying people? Here are 14 lessons you can learn from people who drive you nuts:
You become accountable as annoying people make you responsible for your actions.
You understand that you might not change them or make them your project (If you do, they will drain your strength) but you can take charge of every situation (be it an argument) and be calm.
Even though you are weary of the nagging and complaining personality. With time, you will learn to never lose your cool if you don’t give up to your attacking emotions. ; a tough skin that won’t be cracked by any form of pressure.
When you are able to solve the problems of these kind of people, you will boost your confidence. If you can answer their presupposed difficult question, then plans become stronger.
You will learn not to be distracted by the baggage of these annoying people. You will focus on what matters and sometimes would have to work with them just to achieve your goals. That my friend is focus.
Dealing with humans takes a lot of ingenuity. If you can master how to deal with conflicts, working with different personality sets and promote productivity in a company or business. You become a Gem.
Strangely, annoying people do make you appreciate your uniqueness. You come to thank your stars that you are not in their shoes.
You will see things from different angles and never assume or argue without considering all the facts. You will understand what they perceive of themselves and they will make you better understand yourself.
If you can embrace love and see with its lens, then you will try to figure what makes them tick. You might discover that you sometimes are annoying.
So with empathy, you are able to feel and understand what it means to be annoying.
You will learn that there is nothing crazy about being pushed to the wall. Yep! you sometimes must express yourself. This is the beauty in being You.
10. Self Control
Two wrongs don’t make a right (As revealed in #1). Life sometimes does not have to be a sprint.
It is not about who is right or wrong. So don’t try to use annoyance and relate with an annoying person; that just brings more rage.
There is supposedly a threshold in every man; you might want to discover your threshold or know to what extent you can sustain being calm and in control of your emotions.
Because in time you might be in charge of annoying people and trust me, you will be tested and tried.
12. Being Open Minded
The most successful leaders are those that are very flexible. Rather than make rash decisions, they are more open and not so pushy.
They understand that relationship takes time to build so they will rather foster a relationship than demand authority.
You will learn to either inspire people to greatness or push your colleagues to be angry, worn out, spent, and uncooperative. It is your choice.
How sad when annoying people get to you. You will despise them and wish that they were never born.
It’s Your Turn
What lessons did annoying people teach you? Are there any strategies that you have used to deal with such kind of people . Please share…
[wp_posts_carousel template=”compact.css” post_types=”post” all_items=”18″ show_only=”id” exclude=”” posts=”” ordering=”desc” categories=”686″ relation=”and” tags=”” show_title=”true” show_created_date=”false” show_description=”false” allow_shortcodes=”false” show_category=”false” show_tags=”false” show_more_button=”true” show_featured_image=”true” image_source=”large” image_height=”100″ image_width=”100″ items_to_show_mobiles=”1″ items_to_show_tablets=”2″ items_to_show=”4″ slide_by=”1″ margin=”5″ loop=”true” stop_on_hover=”true” auto_play=”true” auto_play_timeout=”1200″ auto_play_speed=”2000″ nav=”true” nav_speed=”800″ dots=”true” dots_speed=”800″ lazy_load=”false” mouse_drag=”true” mouse_wheel=”true” touch_drag=”true” easing=”linear” auto_height=”true” custom_breakpoints=””]