Self-knowledge is priceless. If we use this knowledge intelligently. Should we adopt the attitude that – ‘well his is how I am and if you don’t like me the way I am that’s too bad’; or should we try and improve those areas of ourselves that we really ‘know’ need a little bit of work.
My guess is that most people like to be liked, but often they just don’t know what to do to help themselves become more likable. I’m not talking about being the proverbial ‘nice’ person that is at all times agreeable and amenable, simply to be liked. I’m talking about being the best that you can be of yourself. And we are all unique genuine selves with different attitudes and behaviours and will be liked if we accept that about ourselves and work to get the best of ourselves out there.
Discovering how you can change to get a better job, partner, position, and become happier is within your reach – if you only take a bit of time to accept the challenge.
Take the EQ-i2.0 assessment questionnaire and you will start the process of self-understanding and self-development – for a better and happier you.