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Are you the type the love pleasing people by heeding to everything they told you maybe because you want them to like you or because you want them to seek approver from them?

You may be liked by them and even they may go extra miles for you by doing that but the point is will doing that guarantee success?

Pleasing people may be in form of doing what you don’t want to do or going to places you don’t want to go because you want to get something from them and the result is always obvious.

Here are five reasons why you shouldn’t try pleasing people.

Worth: One of the reasons why you shouldn’t try to please people is because you are worth more and pleasing them just means you are worthless because you can do without them.

 

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The fact is, nobody is indispensable, what you can get from someone you can also get from someone else.

Whether you are an employee or an employer, you should make sure you know your worth, go where you want to go, do what you want to do and be who you want to be without following orders or pleasing pleasing people.

Happiness: If there is anything you need to protect, it is your happiness. You have to protect it and it is impossible to do that if you are pleading people here and there all in the name of approval.

Direction:  we all have destinations. It may be being a great chef, musicians, an accountant etc. But because we want to let those that surrounds us to like us, we neglect our dream by taking another part or direction and direction may leads to different destination.

Regret: If you don’t want to live a regret life, stop pleasing people. If you want to live a happier and a successful life, stop pleasing people and start doing what you want to do so far it legitimate and godly.

Whoever you may be, whether an entrepreneur or a worker, you are worth something, you deserve to be happy, you have a destination and you deserve to have an happy ending. You need to stop pleasing people.

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