Stephen Baird 

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If you have ever heard the age old advice that Subliminal Guru Review showing a little humility can go a long way, do not make the mistake of underestimating its validity. Ask anyone for an example of someone in the public eye whose potential was sidetracked in to oblivion by their arrogance or blind ambition, and you can be assured of an abundance of candidates for the list. Here are some of the reasons to maintain an ego that is both confident and in check with reality.If you happen to be a fan and admirer of young and promising talent, then more likely than not, you had to have heard the rage over Danyl Johnson out of Great Britain. Danyl was the latest in a line of talented performers to capture headlines here in the United States and worldwide with his recent humble and magnificent performance from across the Atlantic on Britain's popular X-Factor program. 

If you were not able to have actually witnessed his stellar performance, what captured the fancy of the reality talent show's judges, including the controversial Simon Cowell, were not only Danyl's obvious vocal talents, but his sheer humble attitude and appreciation for having the spotlight opportunity that very few will ever have. Sure, many more star struck wannabees than we can sometimes stomach get the chance of performing before millions; and, although quirky and talent lacking auditionees make for good television, it is the truly talented and grounded performers like Mr. Johnson that ultimately capture our fancy and garner the mass majority of our votes in the end. 

The same human response exists in the corporate world, in our schools, and in just about any environment where human beings interact. We often find ourselves observing what can be considered cutthroat and ego-driven traits of fellow associates, classmates, and even family members at times, recognizing that their selfish behavior is not endearing them to anyone in the long run but maybe themselves.

What does endear talented performers, employees, or even our work superiors to those around them, is a humanistic and grounded approach to the social environment we call life. Whether our efforts are driven by financial, spiritual, or yes, even ego-centric needs, ultimately the respect for others and appreciation for our fortunes will build a greater legacy for all of us, whether in the public eye or not.Sure, it may be difficult sometimes for those who encounter great success to keep their egos and view of reality in check, but the longer term rewards and respect from the world around us will have a longer lasting and more positive effect on their lives.   

  Friday, February 15, 2019 at 3:46:32 AM

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