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Never Stereotype People

Updated on December 19, 2009

Never Stereotype People

Never Stereotype People

Never stereotype people, could be one of the worst things you can do in your professional/personal life, when dealing with people

* Never Judge, or think that you are better than the next person, For Example when you see a homeless person, what do you think? Do you think you are better than that person, when in actuality you may be three shakes from being homeless yourself

* If you are in a influential position, never, ever judge or criticize a person, just because he or she does not look or dress like you. if they are not snappy dressers, give constructive pointers, and don't judge a person's style of dress. If we all looked alike, the world would be a very boring place.

*Never judge by the color of a person's skin, but off of their merit and morals.

*It amazes me how many people who hold key positions in corporation, have this mentality, that if the person that works for them, does not look or act like the person that writes the checks, then that person will not have a job. How these people got into these influential positions has always baffled me.

*Final point - There once was this lady that worked at a very expensive Retail store,I will not give you the name of it. Needless to say, a man walked in the store with busted jeans on, and a dirty shirt. The man wanted to buy a lot of clothes, but the sales woman, immediately associated his appearance, with not being able to afford ANYTHING in the store.

Needless to say, she was wrong, because the man was a millionaire many times over, and he did not enjoy dressing up on his casual days out of the office. Once the Saleswoman found out that she had just blew a huge sell and commission, and she felt like a heel.

So, the moral of this story, is to NEVER judge anybody based on their appearance!


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