How to Spot & Block Bad People (iQ4)

The 4 Toxic Personality TypesUltimate Guide To Social Media Security, Sanity & Privacy ⬆ Images Hyperlinked


 Haters: You have to recognize them for what they are.

This is a person who provides feedback, but it’s soaked in negativity. He or she is not interested in offering you encouragement or a compliment. That’s the person who wants to hurt you.

He or she doesn’t have to have a reason. It’s just the way they are and the best thing to do is block haters from your life.

Block their emails, block their friend requests and look at the caller ID on your phone and don’t take their call. Avoid toxic people like drugs and just say “NO.”

Talkers: commonly referred to as the “armchair quarterback.”

This is the person who doesn’t have a clue.

He or she has never even played football or watched the pre-game shows. When he was in high school and was asked if he was going to the game, he thought you meant “Family Feud” and decided to pass.

They like to watch other people do it and then comment as if they understand what it took for that person to build that website [or blog], design that building [or blog] or start that business.

They just want to watch. They have no interest in helping. Ignore them.

The Band Wagoneers: These folks are kind of like groupies.

They see your success and try to become a part of your team.

They basically will endorse you, so they can come along for the ride, gratis.

Be careful… you might not recognize them because they come with a brown (and smelly) nose!

Whiners: These are the folks that bitch about everything and offer no solutions.

All they do is complain.

Every comment is negative and has no value.

Let ‘em complain. Don’t respond and they will likely go away. Your time is valuable. Don’t waste it on people who aren’t interested in supporting you.

Keep the positive people around you and avoid the haters, talkers, band wagoneers and whiners.

Also Recommended: 4 Social Media User Types○ ○ ○Advanced Personal Leadership Series (XVJ)




Views: 151


You need to be a member of Brooklyn Art Project to add comments!

Join Brooklyn Art Project


Latest Activity

LEONARDO BASILE posted a photo
11 hours ago
THiNKTaNK posted a blog post
Open Source Gallery posted an event

Void & Co.: The Octopus Waffle Lab at Open Source Gallery Inc., 17th Street

February 26, 2020 to March 28, 2020
Ouchi Gallery posted events

© 2020   Created by Brooklyn Art Project.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service