Skills That Are Hard To Learn But Will Pay Off Forever

Greenie dose presents 16 skills that are hard to learn but will pay off forever your mother had most of it covered to take your vitamins to get plenty of rest doesn't stick that butter knife in the toaster but apart from the obvious. There's no manual for life most of us fumble through life's ups and downs learning things as we go along in theory we know that we should be prepared for anything but in reality at times. We can all feel miserably unequipped to handle all of the curveballs. That life throws at us there's nothing like being caught in a situation.

That calls for one of those life skills you wish you not learned before you needed it with that said here are some skills. That is hard to learn but we'll never stop paying dividends.

Number: 1 Accountability when something good happens to people they don't shy away from taking credit but when something bad happens they feel victimized immediately. It's important to develop the ability to be accountable for your experiences. They are often a result of your actions sometimes actions don't yield the desired results but instead of feeling like a victim learn from your actions. So that you get better results the next time.

Number: 2 Critical thinking we are exposed to hundreds if not thousands of times more information daily. Than our great-grandparents were being able to evaluate that information sort the potentially valuable from the trivial analyze its relevance and meaning and related to other information is crucial. This is something that's significantly taught but the truth is good critical thinking skills immediately distinguish you from the rest.

Number: 3  Decision-making the bridge that leads from analysis to action is effective decision-making knowing what to do based on the information available. While not being critical can be dangerous so too can analyzing or waiting for more information before making a decision being able to take in the scene and respond quickly and effectively is what separates. The doers from the wannabes.

Number: 4 Research nobody can be expected to know everything or even a tiny fraction of everything you don't have to know everything but you should be able to quickly and painlessly find out what you do need to know this means learning to use the internet effectively learning to use a library learning to read productively and learning how to leverage. Your the network of contacts and what kinds of research are going to work best in any given situation.

Number: 5 Writing professionally there are many many reasons. Why you should know how to write professionally from the basic cover letter to the customer service email writing professionally will allow. your message to be clear and your voice to be respected even. When you're not speaking face-to-face.

Number: 6 Consistency whether you're tracking a new exercise routine or working on an important project consistency is vital to maintaining any kind of success people often stop working hard. When they reach the top but to maintain the position. You have to work harder and be more consistent in your work.

Number: 7 Communicating your needs your friends family and workmates cannot read your mind you need to communicate. Your needs clearly kindly and even repeating when necessary the more you exercise the language of communication the more humanity. You will see in the world around you and the less bitterness you will carry in your heart.

Number:8  knowing when to shut up keeping your thoughts to yourself when you're agitated is one of the most valuable skills to learn and of course one of the most difficult sure it can feel good to unload on somebody and let them know what you really think but that good feeling is temporary what happens. The next day the next week or the next year it is human nature to want to prove that you're right but it's rarely effective. When we are angry or upset we tend to blurt out everything that comes to mind in some situations. It's better to keep quiet no matter what your personal thoughts are for instance. When someone is too upset to listen to anything you have to say rationally. It's useless to respond to them.

Number: 9 Asking for help or advice sometimes it's hard to ask for help because you don't want to look incompetent but sooner or later everyone finds themselves in a position. Where they require some help consider what might happen. If you don't recognize your need for help or if you choose not to ask for any you can end up in a really big mess asking for help or advice doesn't mean you are weak in fact studies suggest. That asking for advice is actually well-received and makes you look more capable not less by asking for advice you acknowledge. The other person's intelligence or expertise. Which makes them feel good.

Number: 10 Accepting compliments and criticism a lot of people find it difficult to accept compliments and constructive criticism we often fail to accept compliments with grace or we downplay them and get embarrassed yet were sometimes crushed by criticism. Even if it's valid we tend to take it personally and to heart learning to simply say thank you when you get a compliment and for learning to view criticism as feedback can serve you well.

Number: 11 Negotiating good negotiation skills can save you a ton of money in pretty much every area of your life from negotiating a cell phone contract to buying a home these skills can also get. You that raise you to know you deserve. If you know how to negotiate properly it means you're holding all the cards and you're prepared to battle it out.

Number: 12 public speaking the ability to speak clearly and persuasively in front of an audience is one of the most important skills anyone can develop people. Who are effective speakers come across as more confident and comfortable and they are more attractive to be around maybe you don't have a job that requires you to speak in public but you never know when the time may come when this skill could really come in handy. That big speech at your best friend's wedding for example the only way to gain more confidence speaking in public is by practicing it regularly.

Number: 13 Tracking your spending sometimes it's easier to put everything on a credit card and then just hope that you'll have the money to pay it off in a reasonable amount of time,, but you may not always have the money to pay off the full balance and this is a very easy way to end up in debt by keeping track of your spending. You'll be able to see where most of your money is going and how you can make adjustments moving forward you may find that a lot of your money is going toward things you really don't need and this can be a great wake-up call to stop the unnecessary spending in its tracks.

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