Even after years of a successful career, some people need someone else to confirm that they are right.
Why so? Is it really required?
Do you have any kind of ‘Sandy’ living within you? Read the following mini-saga to find out.
Sandy was the most experienced person in the organization. He was proud of his management tactics, which he had learned the hard way. When he tried to prove his point to his friend Peter, Peter asked, “But why do you need to prove it after 30 years of successful career?”
Time invested in proving you’re right when it is not required is a form of waste – use that time wisely to do something that matters, instead.