Hate can change, motivate and clarify and honestly hate can actually improve your business and your life.
Perhaps you “hated” your job, and that lead you to become an entrepreneur.
Perhaps you “hated” seeing people suffer and that inspired you to volunteer or make a difference.
What you hate says a lot about who you are and what you value.
What you hate gives meaning to what you care about.
How you hate can determines how you may succeed in life and business.
To say you hate is about stating what you will not tolerate; what you will not endure or accommodate.
To hate something gives you focus. It makes you strong and it protects you.
To hate brings about motivation and clarity to solve problems that are not acceptable to you.
To hate something negative might make you more passionate about changing or improving it.
To hate is to stand up for your values and beliefs.
To hate is to recognize your emotions when they are telling you that you must stand up for what you believe.
To hate something can provide just as much perspective as love does. We all hate, but how we use the emotion can be productive or destructive.
You must use hate the right way or you can hurt someone. You must use hate in a way that solves, protects, and brings value to what you stand for.
The power of hatre can make your values and beliefs intentional. It can inspire you to change the things you find unacceptable.
To love is to invest in, to move forward, to give, to inspire, and to empower. To hate is to reject, to fear, to stray, to abandon, or to resist. Either emotion can tell you a lot about yourself.
Lead from Within: To hate something is to choose to respond to it in a constructive way. Hate can be an ingredient in a balanced life. The right combination of love, truth, hate and respect will get you to a place of balance, harmony and peace.
Of Lolly’s many awards and accolades, Lolly was designated a Top-50 Leadership and Management Expert by Inc. magazine. Huffington Post honored Lolly with the title of The Most Inspiring Woman in the World. Her writing has appeared in HBR, Inc.com, Fast Company (Ask The Expert), Huffington Post, and Psychology Today, and others. Her newest book, The Leadership Gap: What Gets Between You and Your Greatness has become a national bestseller.