The other day I ran into someone that I love, but in my head, I find myself occasionally rolling my eyes at certain things they say.
This person sometimes annoys me.
Do you have someone like that in your life? Someone that you regularly roll your eyes at, even if it’s only to yourself?
Maybe someone that really annoys or bothers you?
Or maybe there’s someone that anytime they talk you silently go “UGH.”
There’s also this other person, when she talks I hang on every word. I find her so interesting and want to learn everything about her.
I bet there’s someone (or many someones) like that in your life too. Someone who you really admire.
Someone that you silently wish you could be when you grow up (so to speak).
You can learn a lot about yourself from who annoys you (and why) and who you admire.
In this week’s Wednesday LIVE with Evie I’ll share what we can learn about ourselves through who we admire and who annoys us.
Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to create a list (just for yourself) of three people who really annoy or bother you and a list of three people who you really admire or like.
In the LIVE, I’ll walk you through what you can learn from that list.
Wednesday LIVE with Evie #59
When someone annoys you it’s generally because:
- It goes against one of your core values
- They’re doing something you do (or used to do) that you judge as “bad”
- They have something you want and don’t have yet – it could be physical, emotional or something else
When you admire someone it’s generally because:
- There’s a shared value (they’re honoring or exemplifying one of your core values)
- It’s something we do well
- They’re doing something we wish we could do
- AND the cool thing is that if we recognize it in others, the seed for it exists in us