In todays day and age this happens all the time, in the form of saying the right things, and always with caution write online, hoping not to say the wrong things, and run the risk of being ostracized simply for sharing a less popular opinion of things. We’ve all said things we regret, none of which we expect to come back and bite us later in life, yet again, you cannot control what other people think and how they process what you have written, that is just something that you will have to learn let go of during the process of writing online. In fact one website shinetext.com suggests that we start “get[ting] more comfortable being wrong.”  This article describes the pain and embarrassment associated with being wrong, reminding us that its all apart of the learning process, that we may not always be right, and how easy it is to become defensive upon receiving critique.  In order to overcome any embarrassment associated with being wrong this article suggests that in order to “avoid failure and maintain a sense that we are worthy [as those who are right] ….” We need to be wary of which “emotional habits” we have maintained over the years, that may render otherwise cordial professional relationships toxic, meaning to “our interactions with other people.”  What does this mean? Don’t wait until you get something wrong, to be told that you are wrong. This requires you to be proactive in any professional or romantic endeavor, knowing that its okay to ask questions, and its okay to share information with the hopes that you will be well received, its all a matter of communication, sometimes the more the better, the less you communicate, your needs, often times, your wishes fall through the cracks without the other person knowing, don’t wait until you get interrogated to realize what it is you’ve done wrong, ask in advance, and if you don’t know what youre doing, don’t lie about knowing more than you do, that’s the worst thing you could do to your employers or to a lover. I understand the concept of qualifications, as not having finished my JD (failure), an ABA Certified Paralegal (not a lawyer), with an LLM (a masters degree that demonstrates my legal writing and research skills). Work with what you’ve got, sometimes you can only work with what you’ve got. -No one ever tells you exactly what is you are doing wrong until it occurs, be cautious in all work endeavors, that’s why its so important to ask questions, and not just take the go ahead tackling assignments, that’s not being proactive, that’s being reckless, doing things without knowing whether you are doing things right, be mindful, of the time wasted on your end, and the future time wasted, if necessary it will take, having to re-do the assignment that you’ve been working on, because it was done wrong by you. In life you are mostly left to your own devices. And once you get going again in life, you only get so many chances, and suggestions, before you are required to live life on your own and be a “self-starter” that’s what the job force is looking for, so don’t bend the rules. Eventually you have to live life on your own, such as me blogging for my own company. I must have not done anything right! Of course not! Its because of what I did well, I was able to do well on my own, its actually the exact opposite assumption, of someone who is successful online, as a blogger, that they were not successful in the workforce, no I got excellent jobs!
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