3. Oct, 2017

R U Type 'A' or Type 'B'?

Most people possess a mix of the behaviour traits described below but have an inclination towards the one or the other.

Check yourself out ...

Type 'B' or EXCUSE People ~ habitually justify the status quo. They use the 'unforeseen' for letting others down (external excuses) and for letting themselves down (internal excuses).

Type 'B' people habitually arrive late. They tend to under-achieve because they under-believe. They tend to have poorer social skills.

Type 'B' people tend to envy the successes of others. They deny and/or blame others for their own shortcomings. Those who persist with excuses perpetuate lower respect for self and others. They tend to put 'rights' before 'responsibility'.

Type 'B' are IF ONLY people, viewing failing as disappointment!

Type 'A' or REASON People ~ habitually strive for improvement. They use expectation to do things for others (external reasons) and for self-fulfilment (internal reasons). 

Type 'A' people habitually arrive ahead of time. They tend to do what they say they will do. They tend to have richer social skills.

Type 'A' people tend to appreciate the successes of others. They accept and seek to repair their own shortcomings. Those who persist with reasons perpetuate higher confidence in self and others. They tend to put 'responsibility' before 'rights'.

Type 'A' are NEXT TIME people viewing failing as an opportunity to get better!

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