How to deal with haters and people who have nothing encouraging, uplifting, supportive or positive to say about your life, your dreams and the lifestyle you live. How to overcome a pleaser mentality so you can finally stand up for yourself and take your power back so other people will respect your wishes and choices.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who asks how he should handle haters and people who have nothing positive to say. His family and friends are generally supportive of his aspirations, but acquaintances seem to give him a really hard time.
I tell him what the real cause of their hating is and how he can change his perspective to no longer let it affect him. The quality of your peer group will affect the quality of your life.
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“You are not responsible for what others think of you, only how you think of yourself and the meaning that you give to the events and circumstances of your life. Practice radical humility and let other people sing your praises. Successful people talk about their accomplishments. Truly great people let others speak about their accomplishments instead. Once you have learned to love, embrace and accept your shortcomings, you will never allow others to use them against you to diminish you in any way again. Haters are gonna hate. Besides, they’re only projecting their own self-hatred and self-loathing onto those who they envy, want to be like or who they feel are better or more successful than them.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne