A few months ago in my travels across the blogging world, I came upon this chart on Jeff Moore’s site, Everyday Power Blog, that opened my eyes to some bad habits I wished to avoid—that is, if I wanted to be a success.
It was created by Mary Ellen Tribby, Founder and CEO of Working Moms Only.com and contributor to the Huffington Post. For this month’s IWSG contribution, I’d like to pass it along for use as a general “P’s and Q’s” checklist:
Where do you fall? If you’re like me, you may possess characteristics from both sides.
The key is to eliminate the traits on the right side, replacing them with their counterparts on the left that are indicative of a successful person. Following this chart should also help boost your confidence level, thereby minimizing insecurities.
Peace and continued success,
This post was written as a part of Alex J. Cavanaugh’s Insecure Writer’s Support Group. We post the first Wednesday of every month and share our solutions to common difficulties, encourage other writers to meet their insecurities head-on, and seek supportive shoulders to tear-stain when we’ve received just one too many rejections. If you’d like to join the group (and we’d love to have you), follow the link to Alex’s site, grab a badge, and put your name on the list. I’ll see you next month!