Types of People You Need in Your Life

Title: Type of People You Need in Your Life | Candid by Teneice

Meta Description: From the first day we are born, our world is filled with people. Everyone has their own unique abilities and personalities that can be positive or negative for us. Here are some people you need to have in your life but also understand what they mean for you.

Energizers are those people who have an infectious zest for life. Not only are they optimistic but they encourage you to dream big.
Energizers are those people who have an infectious zest for life. Not only are they optimistic but they encourage you to dream big.
A mentor is someone who has already done what you are trying to do and is successful. They can guide you down the path letting you know what has worked and failed for the.
A mentor is someone who has already done what you are trying to do and is successful. They can guide you down the path letting you know what has worked and failed for the.
A mentor is someone who has already done what you are trying to do and is successful. They can guide you down the path letting you know what has worked and failed for the.
The crazy friend never ceases to make you laugh. When you’re feeling down they always manage to say one thing that is goofy just to make you smile.
A pusher is someone who pushes you to be the best you can be. They make you question life, your choices, your direction.
A pusher is someone who pushes you to be the best you can be. They make you question life, your choices, your direction.
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A calm soul makes trying times conquerable.

A calm soul makes trying times conquerable.

Difficulties give me an opportunity to exercise my focus and determination. During trying times I concentrate on maintaining a calm soul. This approach helps me to conquer the challenges that face me.

I avoid being reactive to difficult situations that catch me off guard. While it is easy to allow confrontation to anger me, I choose to take the higher road.

I spend a lot of time on nurturing my mind and spirit. I train myself to keep calm when that is the least natural approach. It forces me to develop the will to overcome the toughest situations.

When I encounter resistance, my first step is to silence my soul. I ignore the stirrings of impatience and anger that pull at me. I block them out completely.

I realize that giving in to negativity only serves to worsen any situation. My focus is on overcoming the challenge at hand by counteracting negativity with positivity and peace.

My wisdom in handling trying times encourages me to act from a place of calm reasoning. When my soul is calm, I am able to think things through. By rejecting unease at my core, I am able to make smart choices that produce finer results.

Today, I am a conqueror. I can overcome any obstacle.

With serenity, I can see the value in all my life experiences. Even obstacles become worthwhile and meaningful when seen in this light.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What exercises can I undertake to help me develop a consistently calm soul?
  2. How often do I encounter situations that are difficult for me to control?
  3. What assistance can I get from outside sources when dealing with trying times?
  4. How can these steps help my career?
  5. Can I pass this tool to someone who says they might be dealing with mental health issue?