Mistake Type


You have a strong desire to do things your way, sometimes coming off as abrasive. Unaware of the inconvenience you cause, you might find yourself suddenly alone. Those with a "lordly" attitude need to be aware of others' distrust and avoid running headlong without consideration.

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What should be done next?
Explanation and Advice


Strongly self-centered, you prefer to control situations. This trait is common in confident individuals who struggle to see the value in cooperating and listening to others. When working in groups, it's crucial to ensure your self-centeredness doesn't hinder progress.

Have you been behaving like this?
  • Changes others' actions with personal opinions
  • Jumps to conclusions without hearing others out
  • Believes to not be causing inconvenience to anyone
  • Thinks self to be superior to others
Advice for Resolution

Make an effort to praise others. Self-centered people, confident in themselves, tend to look down on others, leading them to focus on negatives. Continuously practicing praise shifts your focus to positive aspects, eventually fostering respect and gratitude. Praising others gradually diminishes self-centeredness.

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