There is nothing I can’t do

Perhaps this seems like too selfish of a topic for a blog article. It is, in a sense, but not in the way you might imagine. It’s possible to view “getting what you want” as a negative, self-centered concept at times. A great individual should ideally be giving, kind, and unconcerned about self-interest or material gain. I believe I have a distinct viewpoint on this, though. Giving a hungry family a meal or teaching someone how to execute a work that someone else has previously completed for them are two examples of “getting what you want.” It doesn’t have to be an exercise in narcissism. Another name for this is the “first rule of negotiation.” You won’t obtain something if you don’t ask for it. It is nearly impossible for something to materialize out of thin air simply because you had the idea. If you only ask, you’ll be surprised at how much you can achieve. A great deal of people are reluctant to ask because they think they will be turned down or because they believe it is improper in their culture. You can achieve anything if you can overcome that fear. People will go above and beyond for you when you ask them this one easy question. It doesn’t have to come out as forceful or like you’re trying to drive a hard deal. It’s only an easy inquiry.

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