Successful people look for positive aspects in others because they understand the importance of cultivating confidence and growth. Feeling the need to criticize in a way that isn’t serving another constructively is showing a sense of disunity, disallowing the creative energy to flow and stalling success along the way. The art of forgiveness is the art of letting go. Successful people knew that to forgive doesn’t mean condoning what someone has done, but rather releasing the negative emotion around it for their own peace of mind. Only then they move past it and strive harder.
To be successful, you have to accept that you are responsible for your actions, your reactions and ultimately, your success and failures. This creates a mindset of empowerment and control. Good outcomes are easy to take responsibility for, but when you realize the bad outcomes are also down to you, you can swiftly redirect to a better path and grow from the experience. Highly successful people know that other people’s success doesn’t diminish their own. They look at people’s achievements and celebrate them because it’s about focusing on the element of thriving which ultimately benefits everyone.
“It does not matter how slowly you go, so long as you do not stop.”