Listen and Learn – Transform Yourself
When a guy says, “I’m a jerk.” Believe him.
When you hear a child say, ” I haven’t touched the sweet sticky gooey candy on the shelf.” He seems to know it’s sweet and sticky – somehow.
Words are powerful. They can shape your life or the life of someone else. People listen to your words and decide what type of person you are and they determine how your attitude affects them. Choose carefully your words to others. We move away from people who hurt us or demean us.
The way we speak our words often tells a more complete story; listen and learn. Is your attitude worth catching?
If we joke about life issues, marriage, partners or life’s wishes – there is often some truth in our language. We do not always guard ourselves. I read much reality in what people repeatedly joke about without thinking.
Some people babble on and on just to be heard – or to hear themselves. I know men and women who talk fast and loud. Some times people do not know what to do with the quiet or the silence. These types of people are trying to control the conversation and be the center of attention. That really gets tiring for others but the talker doesn’t seem to notice. I try to be patient and realize they need to be noticed in huge ways. Self-confidence is not their highest attribute. They would certainly refute that they have very little self-confidence but the lack of it shows in many ways; sometimes I think I’ll lose my mind. People run from these kinds of personalities. I’m always hoping they are a work in progress but I’m not quite sure.
We do not want our undesirable traits to be known to others. Tell people your best and show who you really strive to be every day. Life is short and we should always be learning to blossom more fully. We are not to take a rest at improving our lives. Transform like a butterfly.
Listen and learn when people talk. You may understand them better. If they drive you crazy – take a break. We can only deal with intense personalities in small increment and sometimes we must walk away. Embrace those who inspire you and attach to those who have sweet hearts. Unfortunately, some people aren’t born with too much sweetness. I am not talking about the sticky gooey type. These talkative people lack consideration of others; they must work harder at change.
Be concerned with your own transformation and learn to be growing, blooming and transforming. Thank you for reading my words!
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