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One person’s happiness is enough to influence another person that has been having a bad time all day, by doing this, this person which boosts another person’s mood he meets later. Have you ever realized that happiness is contagious? When one person is happy and it affects another person's mood, it is easy for that cycle to continue and the end result will be that more people become happy. This also relates to the workplace, when people are happy at work, they will be more more productive and creative. They'll always find a way to get things done well and at the right time and promptly. They'll also be willing to help each other often. The more productive people are, the better any company will be. The well-being of is directly influenced by the people around him. When you mingle with cheerful people, you'll have a happier face and then a good sense of well-being. You'll need to surround yourself with happy people because life’s too short to spend it with miserable people. If there is someone that always brings your down, find ways to avoid them. Surround yourself with people that make you happy because life’s short and you only live once, why not spend it being happy. Life is a gift, and you deserve to be happy. Stop being an unhappy person by surrounding yourself with unhappy people.
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No one wants to be responsible for a mistake or a conflict in most situations. That’s what being human is all about – trying to avoid things that make us feel bad. However, taking responsibility for your actions requires the realization that you play a part in every situation or experience. It means that your first reaction when a mistake is made or a conflict arises, isn’t to blame others or make excuses. Instead, you swiftly acknowledge there is a problem, identify your role in it, and implement an action plan to minimize (or entirely eliminate) the chances of it happening again. If a relationship breaks down, or you suffer at the hands of unfair treatment, finger-pointing may be tempting. After all, it’s convenient, and often it can make the pain go away quickly. However, taking responsibility for your actions requires the realization that you play a part in every situation or experience. Getting mad at other people for causing everything to go wrong will only create more damage and prevent any chance of you changing your approach. The first step to making things better is self-reflection and acknowledging that you have a part in every situation. If you find yourself in bad situations and your first reaction is to blame others or make excuses, that’s a sign of low self-esteem. Here’s why. Feeling good about yourself comes from being able to accept responsibility for things that go right and things that go wrong. If you blame others or make excuses when things aren’t going well, it means you’re uncomfortable owning up to your part in what’s happening so you can learn from it and do better next time. There’s a strong link between feelings of self-worth and how you respond to criticism, mistakes, or conflict. The next time you find yourself blaming others or making excuses for something, stop and think about what you could learn from the situation that would help you do better next time. How could this experience improve your performance in the future? Be the kind of person who stands up for what they believe because it’s the right thing to do, even when it’s hard or inconvenient to do so. Be willing to own up to your part in any problems, mistakes, or conflict - this will have a positive impact on your self-esteem and you’ll be rewarded with more productive relationships, greater opportunities and improved performance.
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