What to do when you’re a jerk to your co-workers or bosses?
Here are some ideas to help you stay humble.
Stop treating them like your boss or boss-in-waiting.
Stop calling them boss-y.
Stop giving them attention.
Stop being too serious.
Stop talking about yourself.
Stop trying to impress people.
Stop pretending to care.
Stop using your position to get your way.
Stop showing up late.
Stop doing whatever it takes to get what you want.
Stop making your boss feel bad.
Stop taking a knee during anthem.
Stop acting like a jerk.
Stop not listening.
Stop caring about the people who make you feel good.
Stop blaming people for your problems.
Stop letting yourself get bullied.
Stop getting upset.
Stop feeling guilty.
Stop trusting your instincts.
Stop believing that you can change anything.
Stop relying on the system to help solve your problems instead of looking at what’s really wrong.
Stop focusing on what you can control.
Stop complaining about people who aren’t like you.
Stop asking yourself why you’re doing what you’re going through.
Stop looking for the best way to deal with things.
Stop apologizing for your mistakes.
Stop living a lie.
Stop thinking you’re the only one who’s struggling.
Stop ignoring other people’s feelings.
Stop judging yourself.
Stop listening to people who are different from you.
Stop spending time alone.
Stop fighting with your partner.
Stop having fun.
Stop seeing your problems as a weakness.
Stop playing along with the people you think you should be with.
Stop telling yourself that everyone else is doing this or that.
Stop lying to yourself about how bad you are.
Stop saying the things you feel you have to say to get things done.
Stop going on the Internet and saying what you think other people want to hear.
Stop hiding your problems from people you love.
Stop sharing your problems with the world.
Stop finding excuses not to try hard.
Stop worrying so much about how you’re supposed to look, sound, or act.
Stop accepting bad treatment as normal.
Stop denying your own problems.
Stop expecting others to love you for being you.
Stop loving yourself for what you are, instead of how you want to be. 50.
Stop holding on to people you don’t like or trust.
Stop assuming everyone else will be the same.
Stop hating your boss.
Stop keeping secrets from people who need them.
Stop building walls between yourself and your boss and your co