Don’t Tread On Others To Get What You Want
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Don’t Tread On Others To Get What You Want

You probably have heard phrases such as, “it’s a dog-eat-dog world.” Another is “nice guys finish last.” It’s true that you can get ahead by stomping on others. But, what kind of life would you lead if you did that? Have you also heard the statement, “what goes around comes around?”

You won’t sleep well at night if your modus operandi is to trample on others to get ahead. The trouble is, you probably will get ahead quicker if you do this. But, at what cost? Sleep is an important factor in living life to the fullest. When you act in ways that hurt other people, it will affect your ability to sleep.

Of course, you don’t have to take nonsense from other people. If they are behaving badly towards you, then you should speak up and do something about it. You do have the right to defend your position. However, don’t stoop to other people’s low levels. It’s just not worth it in the long run.

Sometimes, you’ll find yourself in positions where you have to make decisions that will adversely affect others. There are no easy answers to this dilemma. You should try to find ways to make the situation as good as you can for everyone involved. If that requires you to be sneaky, you may want to evaluate if it’s worth staying where you are. For instance, if your company encourages this type of behavior, you should think about pursuing companies that are more ethical. They do exist, contrary to the hype that is portrayed by the media outlets and the web.

You want to look back on your life and feel like you got where you did genuinely. When you look back and see it wasn’t such a pleasant a journey, it will have cost you many friends and maybe even bad love relationships. If your significant other is not on board with how you are behaving to get to the top, it won’t be long before they move on.

They say it’s lonely at the top, but that often stems from peoples’ actions entirely. It’s true you have to make tough decisions that others may not agree with when you are in higher positions. But, when you do it with integrity, they will eventually come around to your way of thinking. People have feelings, and your actions can affect them. Always keep that in mind.