The Hard Part of Being a Highly Respected Person

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Yesterday, I save an article about 7 Qualities of People Who Are Highly Respected. Although the click-bait-ish title, the story is good. I kept it a while ago, and I didn’t remember. It was an excellent refresher of how difficult some things are in day-by-day life.

From the list, I think I have the most difficulty in listening well and letting go of anger.

One characteristic I try to change in myself every day is to pay attention to what other people have to say, genuinely. Most of the time is not disrespect; it is that I have my mind in so many things, so many thoughts that I find difficult to focus on something outside my head. Thankfully, practicing meditation every day is helping me to overcome this challenge.

As for letting go of anger, I’m a very calm person, to everybody else. Inside my head, I’m on fire sometimes due to some opinions, but I chose to remain quiet. Perhaps that’s the first step towards truthfully letting go of anger, or maybe I am just suppressing it until it explodes.

Nevertheless, I believe to be respectful to others is a must-have quality in today’s world. One should practice it tenaciously. I’m doing my part.

About The Author

Thiago Ricieri

I'm software engineer at Pluto TV, working on iOS, Android and Roku platforms. Personally interested in machine learning, algorithms, data science and tech industry. I travel a lot and take good pictures.

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