pleasing everybody

Stop Pleasing Everybody it’s Impossible!

pleasing everybodyIf you have read the sto­ry called pleas­ing every­body about a man who sets out with his son to sell their don­key then you know it’s a per­fect exam­ple of why you should not try to please every­one. if you have nev­er heard the sto­ry here is the gist of it;first the father sets out with his son to sell the don­key and he leads the don­key along, then after being crit­i­cised by a pass­er-by that the son is young and strong and that he should be the one lead­ing the don­key, the father lets his son lead the don­key after awhile they get so much crit­i­cism that they end up car­ry­ing the don­key and they still get crit­i­cised. Know this you can nev­er please every­one it is impos­si­ble because peo­ple come from so many dif­fer­ent back­grounds and have so many dif­fer­ent beliefs about how this should be or that should be, opin­ions are the cheap­est com­mod­i­ty every­body can afford one,everyone has a view on how things should be based on their mind­set and the state that they are in. If you try to please every­one you will be inevitably set­ting your­self up for fail­ure, it is for this rea­son that com­pa­nies have a cer­tain tar­get mar­ket or niche. Would you mar­ket toys to a forty-year-old demo­graph­ic of course not you would Tay­lor your adver­tise­ment to appeal to a younger gen­er­a­tion? Nobody is free from crit­i­cism it’s a fact, even the pres­i­dent of the Unit­ed States gets crit­i­cised all the time and every­one in a lead­er­ship posi­tion. What you have to under­stand us that peo­ple are look­ing at things from a whole dif­fer­ent per­spec­tive from you and your mes­sage or mar­ket­ing may be prone to mis­in­ter­pre­ta­tion from these Indi­vid­u­als. I have often watched moti­va­tion­al and inspir­ing videos on YouTube that you would not expect to get dis­liked or have neg­a­tive com­ments but as sure as the sun shines many times there are the few who just don’t like what you are bring­ing to the table. This like-dis­like rela­tion­ship can be seen in all aspects of life it doesn’t end here. There are peo­ple who will just dis­like you or your mes­sage with­out know­ing you or what you’re about. They act on insuf­fi­cient infor­ma­tion some don’t even Fin­ish lis­ten­ing to what you are say­ing when you may have addressed their crit­i­cisms if they just lis­tened a while longer. Take crit­i­cism with a grain of salt use it to build your­self because there are peo­ple who do give con­struc­tive crit­i­cism, in the end how­ev­er it is best to focus on what you want to achieve and take action, drown out all the noise and neg­a­tive crit­i­cism because in the end those peo­ple who crit­i­cized you will see the results in your life and will want to be like you because you end up chang­ing their lives.

Know this,stop try­ing to pleas­ing every­body, it is impos­si­ble because peo­ple come from so many dif­fer­ent back­grounds and have so many dif­fer­ent beliefs about how this should be or that should be. Opin­ions are the cheap­est com­mod­i­ty, every­body can afford one. Every­one has a view on how things should be based on their mind­set and the state that they are in. If you try pleas­ing every­body you will be inevitably be set­ting your­self up for fail­ure, it is for this rea­son that com­pa­nies have a cer­tain tar­get mar­ket or niche, they can­not cater to every­one. Would you mar­ket toys to a forty-year-old demo­graph­ic of course not you would Tay­lor your adver­tise­ment to appeal to a younger gen­er­a­tion? Nobody is free from crit­i­cism it’s a fact, even the pres­i­dent of the Unit­ed States gets crit­i­cised all the time and every­one in a lead­er­ship posi­tion. What you have to under­stand us that peo­ple are look­ing at things from a whole dif­fer­ent per­spec­tive from you and your mes­sage or mar­ket­ing may be prone to mis­in­ter­pre­ta­tion from these Indi­vid­u­als. I have often watched moti­va­tion­al and inspir­ing videos on YouTube that you would not expect to get dis­liked or have neg­a­tive com­ments but as sure as the sun shines many times there are the few who just don’t like what you are bring­ing to the table. This like-dis­like rela­tion­ship can be seen in all aspects of life it doesn’t end here. There are peo­ple who will just dis­like you or your mes­sage with­out know­ing you or what you’re about. They act on insuf­fi­cient infor­ma­tion some don’t even Fin­ish lis­ten­ing to what you are say­ing when you may have addressed their crit­i­cisms if they just lis­tened a while longer. Take crit­i­cism with a grain of salt, use it to build your­self. There are peo­ple who do give con­struc­tive crit­i­cism, in the end how­ev­er it is best to focus on what you want to achieve and take action, drown out all the noise and neg­a­tive criticism.Often it isthose peo­ple who crit­i­cized you, who will see the results in your life and will want to be like you because you end up chang­ing their lives.

What do you think? Do you find your­self pleas­ing every­body?  leave your com­ments below I would real­ly love to hear from you, Take care, have a great day and as always stay moti­vat­ed.

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