5 Habits That Will Make You a High-Value Person
Have you ever met someone and you know instantly that they bring a lot to the table?
It could be the way they listen actively when you talk with them or how they quickly grasp a problem and can come up with a solution.
They’re organized, always learning and growing, and want to improve and things better than they met it.
This is how you know a high-value person. When you have a high-value person around you, they make you feel like there’s nothing is impossible.
Are people born with these traits/skill or is it something anyone can learn and master?
It turns out that becoming a high-value person can be developed in the same way that you learn to any other trait.
Here are five habits that will make you a high-value person.
Become an Emotional Ninja
How you manage your emotions determines whether you’re a person of high value or not.
This is because our emotions impact our decisions and actions. And high-value people are emotional ninjas.
They’ve reach or are working toward a level of self-understanding that allows them to cope with a difficult situation without being overwhelmed by it.
When you achieve this level of emotional maturity, you’re able to manage your emotions in a healthy and productive way.
You’re also able to understand the feelings of others and regulate your reactions in a way that’s appropriate for the situation at hand.
This involves being able to stay calm and level-headed in stressful situations, empathize with others, and communicating effectively when there are disagreements without letting negative feelings overwhelm you.
It’s not surprising that, among 33 workplace skills, companies ranks emotional maturity as the number one most important skill to look for in an employee.
In fact, a new study shows that it’s the key trait singles now look for in a potential partner.