Negative traits are often found behind the driving force of great accomplishments. I’ve discovered that often, these traits, are frowned upon and criticized; but are they a key ingredient to the overall outcome?
Often times, people who have eliminated these traits have also negatively effected the strength in what they do.
A couple questions arise out of this: 1. If we can never be perfect, should we be so concerned about negative traits when they happen to help shape us in our accomplishments?
Can I change my negative trait without changing the positive outcome I gain from it?
I believe it’s important for all of us to continue working at improving ourselves, and I believe that sometimes the driving opinion of negative traits is how we communicate our character to other people. A simple adjustment in how we communicate ourselves often requires zero to little change in our character, but creates a more positive perception of who we are.
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