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Most people are aware of the term “Hater”. But if you are not here are a few definitions from the URBAN DICTIONARY
1.A person that simply cannot be happy for another person’s success. So rather than be happy they make a point of exposing a flaw in that person.Hating, the result of being a hater, is not exactly jealousy. The hater doesnt really want to be the person he or she hates, rather the hater wants to knock somelse down a notch.Susan: You know, Kevin from accounting is doing very well. He just bought a house in a very nice part of town.Jane (hater): If he is doing so well why does he drive that ’89Taurus?2. A person who feels anger and/or jealousy for someone who has succeeded in something they have worked hard for. A being who speaks badly,and/or takes negative actions in attempt to create problems for a successful person.3.A label applied to people who are more negative than positive when discussing another person. It most commonly refers to individuals whose negativity is so extreme that it is all-consuming. However, there are various levels and forms of being a hater, ranging from completely dismissing any positive traits or actions, to merely painting a less than flattering picture by using words with negative connotations. Hating is often attributed to jealousy, but just as often, it seems to stem from some other source.Person A: Ben Gordon is one of the best clutch scorers in the league! Person B: Gordon is an impressive scorer, but he’s still a role player.
WARNING: Contains Explicit Language – Totally necessary though
Katt Williams on Haters – Who are they and how do we piss them off?
- Angry and looking to get revenge on anyone
- In the mood to piss someone off
- Looking to prove nay-sayers wrong
- About to go to some sort of reunion
- Currently unemployed from being fired
- Having your home foreclosed
- and so much more
The best way to achieve any of these things or something similar is simply become successful. Traditional “methods” of getting back at someone may feel good at first but once it is all over, you realize you actually do not feel any better about the whole situation. The main goal is just to feel better, right? Well if you are a success not only will you get the self gratification of anything from the above list but you will also have improved your life and hopefully made a lasting change. Here is the short version of the well thought out list from A Daring Adventure
1. They Don’t Fear Fear
2. They Reframe
3. They Align With Their Core Values
4. They Ask Good Questions And Listen Well
5. They Delegate Well & Focus On What They Are Best At
6. They Are Tenacious
7. They Put Off Immediate Gratification
8. They Don’t Worry About Work/Life Balance
9. The Are Cool With Failing
10. They Put Themselves First
When you are ready to really take positive action to improve yourself in order to piss everybody I would suggest you read Tim Brownson entire list with in depth explanations here… and just stand back and look at the expressions on you new found “Hater” fan club
“Man’s best successes come AFTER their disappointments.” ~Henry Ward Beecher
Cheer up! Knowing this is the easiest ways to become an instant optimist!
Edison failed over 3000 times trying to created the lightbulb.
Chicken Soup for the soul author, Jack Canfield was turned down by 144 publishers before he got his book deal. That is 144 people who read the book and thought “naaaah, this will never sell”, and pass the book off! 144!!!!
The point is….
Nothing great was every achieved the very first time it was attempted…. or the second…. or the 15th.
The good news is, this temporary disappointment…(and it IS temporary) will lead the way to your victory. It helped you identify something else you DON’T want, automatically drawing you one step closer to what you DO want!