When you struggle with your partner, you are struggling with yourself. Every fault you see in them touches a denied weakness in yourself.
10. Comparison is the root of all feelings of inferiority. The moment you begin examining other people’s strengths against your most obvious weaknesses, your self-esteem starts to crumble!
Submission is the art of compensating for your weakness by playing to each other’s strengths.
Difference of opinion is a clash, and to clash is a ‘weakness’.
In my experience, there are two things that no one will admit to: having no sense of humor and being susceptible to flattery.
Consider that fact that, being nothing in ourselves, we cannot, without divine assistance, accomplish the smallest good or advance the smallest step toward Heaven.
Maisha yangu ni darasa. Jifunzeni kutokana na maisha yangu, jifunzeni kutokana na sifa zangu za ushupavu, jifunzeni kutokana na sifa zangu za udhaifu, kutatua matatizo katika maisha yenu.
No one is perfect. We all have weaknesses and limitations. Some can’t be fixed. But, at least, a leader shouldn’t find herself blindsided…
Don’t judge too harshly, for if your weaknesses were to be placed under your footsteps, most likely you would stumble and fall as well.
As a leader, 1st, work on yourself- increase your self-awareness. There shouldn’t be any other urgent agenda than this. Get enlightened! Know very well who you’re including your strengths, weaknesses, and blind spots!