Thanks, help and sorry are three simple words that children are able to learn in their first 6 years of life.
If you are questioning this affirmation maybe you should think more about the importance of education. Education is a process that not only happens in the school but it’s also very related with habits and parenthood.
I asked lately the following question to myself: Do I use these three words at least once in a day?
I was not sure about the answer and yes, that’s why I’m writing this article.
I think these three words are also very important at work. People tend not to use them often, and I admit that I sometimes also don’t. I think such a behaviour leads to being not so good in your job and therefore to a worse performance.
Well, according to my opinion, if we want to change it, we all have the three following options:
1. Read the fucking manual (RFTM): self care books. It may sound esoteric but this will lead you to a positive development.
2. Cultivate an hobby and develop a passion, so that you will know your limits and will learn to let go when you can’t control a thing.
3. Automatically you will search for help and feel sorry. It’s ok to show you vulnerability: believe me you’ll be surprised by how many friends’ll come to support you.
I recently watch the following TED video, it might inspire you too?