11 types of people you shouldn’t be helping
- Those who are ungrateful
- Those who betray their principles for money
- Those who gain at the expense of others
- Those who have a hidden agenda
- Those who will do anything for benefits at the expense of principles
- Those who are unreliable, those who act pitiful when they need help, but become tyrannous when things are in their favour
- Those who couldn’t complete the small tasks but dream of completing the big goals
- Those who pin their hopes on others
- Those who never fulfil their obligations after receiving help
- Those who still act pitiful when given opportunities
- Those who don’t feel grateful and take everything for granted
10 types of people you should work with
- Those who are good friends with you whom you can easily talk with
- Those who share the same life values as you
- Those whom you can trust and understand
- Those whom you can communicate easily when issue arises
- Those who are as dedicated as you are
- Those who are as magnanimous as you are
- Those who share the same interests as you
- Those who support you wholeheartedly
- Those who have a standard of professionalism
- Those who share the same vision and beliefs as you
5 types of people you shouldn’t work with
- Don’t work with people who are selfish. They only care about themselves and disregard the contributions by others.
- Don’t work with people who do not have a purpose in life. They are materialistic and only care about earning money.
- Don’t work with people who lack compassion. They are greedy and selfish and working with them will be unhappy.
- Don’t work with people who are pessimistic. They will diminish your positive outlook.
- Don’t work with people without any life principles. They don’t believe in dreams and can easily succumb to temptations and give in to challenges in life.
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This article has been edited to reflect its accuracy.
Hat hip to Liow Weiquan in helping some part of the translation!