Nice Guys Finish Last
An example is a person’s career because it is like a battlefield where to win r advance, a person will need to fight, sweat, and bleed to move up in position. The professional world has long considered the word “nice” synonymous with ‘ quake. ” Nice guys are powerless. They’re just asking to be taken advantage of. It’s assumed that niceness can’t coexist with anything other than fragility, a decidedly feminine trait unappreciated in the male-dominated world of business. An employee that is aggressive is more likely to get the promotion because higher positions require someone that can take the initiative.
A leader needs to be strict and disciplined with their co-worker f they want to maintain a high performance from each worker. A nice person wouldn’t get paid as much as someone that is selfish because the nice person will never think about asking for a raise due to being respectful and selfless. The only way to win the game is to demonstrate that you have what it takes, the cut-throat, raw ambition and competitive spirit needed to take down anyone who gets in your way. Not only can nice people finish last at work but also in relationships.
When nice people do nice things for their significant other, they invest in their significant other and the relationship. Those investments also make nice people feel that their date or mate is valuable, that they love them, and they are committed to that relationship. However, the reverse is not true. The receiver of good treatment does not always feel love for the giver. In fact, they may feel manipulated, burdened, or just generally ungrateful. Nice folks are on the losing end of this deal. The nice person often ‘thinks” that such good treatment will one day be recognized.
That it will snap the partner out of their bad behavior. But, they fail to recognize what they are teaching their partner by treating them well under all conditions. In essence, by being nice all the time, they are rewarding their partner for bad behavior. Not-so-nice people only reward partners when they earn those rewards. They also ignore partners when they are disrespectful or bad. This teaches dates or mates what they will and will not tolerate. As a result, nice people get walked all over. Many times some will see a beautiful girl, she is tall, she is thin, and she has a pair of light-brown eyes.
Also, she has long, blonde and curly hair having a boyfriend that is handsome but just a total jerk. The girl would complain about her boyfriend to her guy friend. Her guy friend, being the nice guy, secretly likes the girl but because he is nice, he would always agreeable to dropping his life and rushing over and eager to please. When in a relationship, if a person is too nice, they will get pushed around and taken advantage of. Nevertheless, the bad boys and divas are scarce. That scarcity makes them seem more valuable. Their unavailability and breaking plans sakes them look confident and important.
Making other work to earn their time gives the illusion that their time is valuable. “Nice guys! Look over there. Do you know a nicer guy than Mel Tot? Or any of the other Giants? Why, they’re the nicest guys in the world! And where are they? In seventh place! Nice guys! I’m not a nice guy ? and I’m in first place. ” After pacing up and down the visitors’ dugout, the Dodger manager waved a hand toward the Giants’ dugout and repeated, “the nice guys are all over there, in seventh place'” quoted by Leo Drencher the 1 946 Brooklyn Dodgers anger.
In sport, too many coaches and athletes have tried to live up to this motto. The idea is that decency is a sign of weakness, that a person who shows signs of character probably does not have the force of will to become a champion. Nice guys don’t finish last because they’re weaker. The only reason “nice guys finish last” is because we give the “bad boys” an unfair advantage. By accepting their behavior, we make it easy for them to abuse us. If certain behaviors become truly unacceptable in relationships, they will be discontinued because they no longer offer any advantage.