Goals, Achievers and Vengeance

“People who have achieved their goals tend to believe in personal accountability and responsibility. They tend to be more compassionate, supportive, at peace with themselves and others, and optimistic. They also tend to be more forgiving, hardworking and industrious.

Those who have NOT achieved their goals often have a victim mentality. They can be quick to place blame on others and may be bitter, angry, negative, pessimistic, and vengeful. Usually, they are less industrious and more critical and cynical than achievers.” Jo-Ellan Dimitrius, Ph.D., and Mark Mazzarella (Reading People)

So, which one are you?

One Response to “Goals, Achievers and Vengeance”

  1. So damn true.

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