98. COULD ARROGANCE MAKE OR BREAK YOU? Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers - For A Better Tomorrow - Jack Lookman - Rita Nnamani - Ire o

 98. COULD ARROGANCE MAKE OR BREAK YOU?


Teenagers often experience emotions of confidence or arrogance while they are still forming their sense of identity and self-worth. It is critical to realize that, although confidence is necessary, arrogance can negatively affect your life and relationships. 

Despite their apparent similarities, arrogance and confidence are fundamentally different. A healthy sense of self-worth and ability is confidence. It gives you the confidence to take on obstacles, stand up for yourself, and tenaciously pursue your objectives. Conversely, arrogance is an overblown feeling of one’s own significance and dominance over others. It frequently results in the denigration or dismissal of other people’s opinion or contribution.

You can break from arrogance in a number of ways. It can harm your relationships, to start. People may feel devalued or insulted by your haughty behavior, which can cause arguments and cause them to distance themselves from you. Your prosperity and well-being depend on having strong, supportive relationships, and arrogance can damage these.

Second, conceit can impede your ability to learn and advance. Seeking guidance, accepting responsibility for your actions, and examining alternative viewpoints can all be impeded by the belief that you are an expert or superior to others. Your academic and personal progress may be hampered by this narrow-mindedness as learning from different perspectives and remaining receptive to criticism are two key components of growth.

Conversely, developing humility might make you. Recognizing your accomplishments and strengths while also accepting your shortcomings and appreciating the contributions of others is a necessary component of humility. It encourages growth and learning.

Relationships are also strengthened by humility. When you show individuals that you value and respect them, they are more inclined to help you out, work with you, and provide insightful commentary. This fosters a productive and upbeat atmosphere where everyone can prosper.

Develop self-awareness to steer clear of arrogance’s traps. Think back on your deeds and mindset, and the impact they have on other people. Seek advice from mentors, family members, or reliable friends, and keep an open mind to helpful criticism. Never forget that everyone can still develop and that nobody is flawless.




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Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).



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