Sunday, December 15, 2019

You Attract Who You Are, Not Who You Want

This 2019, I was blessed to receive two recognitions. The first one was a Distinguished Career Award Recognition from the Northern Rizal Yorklin School (December 1, 2019) and Women Super Achiever Award (February 17, 2019) at the 6th World Women Leadership Congress & Award India.

The nomination came from two women whom I least expected to nominate me. I am very thankful to Vhivian Wong Chan and Apple Allison for the kind recognition.

The kind of people we will attract in our lives are highly dependent on how we are changing as individuals.

How we go out of our way to add value to chosen people - most of the time - without asking for anything in return.

Influence must be used responsibly and at times when it is needed the most.

Whenever we use it for self-serving gains, over time, its trust value goes down as well.

This conservative perspective, admittedly, has also limited the relationships I have.

But I am continuously learning and growing. If I really like to build and strengthen the relationship, I will go out of my way to do so.