Making the right connections with individuals is extremely vital in life, whether it is on a personal or professional front. Truth be told, we often foster the cliched notion of quantity over quality, which in turn sees us leaving our valued integrity at the front door and inviting relative beautiful strangers into our own lives. Popularity in itself has been preached as a mythical synonym for coolness, whilst we remotely undertake drastic measures to become more remotely accepted in our lives without the principles of our own happiness being touched upon.
The notion of happiness is a mere afterthought as we proceed to take the major plunge in interacting with relative strangers in society, accepting invitations from unknown individuals on Facebook, or engaging with a recommended friend of a friend on Instagram or Twitter. We so often believe that we are taking progressional steps forward, yet we often take steps back personally and seemingly wonder about the consequences and inevitable results thereafter once we have embarked upon this new relationship and/or friendship. We become attached to certain individuals for all of the wrong reasons: influence, money, popularity, connections, beauty, success, relationships and to make us feel better about ourselves. There are many logical reasons as to why we become drawn to individuals for all of the right reasons, too. A common ground has to be established.
You see, the right connections will always come into our lives when we least expect them to opposed to utilizing brown nosery and behind-the-scenes politics. Politicians use their overall leverage and influence to get from one place to another, then wonder why they cannot advance even further in the end. The right connection who doesn’t play politics implements their actions into long term success and excellent consistency. In addition, the usage of using a third party by name association is immoral and does not serve merit to the individual. Magic cannot be forced whatsoever when relating to the right connections being in your life. Nobody should adopt a sycophantic nature to appeal to anybody as it leaves one feeling bruised and unworthy. We all experience individuals who are too good to be true or suck up to become favorable in some capacity. Relationships, business partnerships and friendships hold an innate natural chemistry and charm which is forged over a period of time. The wrong connections do not hold such facets in any way, shape or form. Taking chances can pay dividends when making new contacts and new connections, but it is a matter of evaluating their overall value before embracing that individual.
Conversely, the wrong connections are very short term and no not empower your life. In addition, the wrong connections approach you when they want numerous favors, sums of money, golden opportunities and personal satisfaction to benefit that of their own cause. A relationship, friendship or partnership is a two way street and is reciprocal.
The right connections will perennially communicate with you regardless of any scenario and will always expect less and give more. Divine intervention will ultimately bring all of the right connections into your life, whilst your once blinded vision and clouded judgment will be crystal clear.
In conclusion, the wrong connections love to see you do well, but hate it when you are doing better than them. The wrong connections value their intentions more than you, whereas the right connections are transparent and consistent in character. Companies and individuals alike aim to connect with the right connections for the betterment of their prosperity. Values, integrity, ambition, passion and respect are key attributes when selecting the right personal or business connections. The company you keep is the crowd you bring. If you are being fed garbage, that is exactly what one will become if the right connections are not selected. The game of life has many options and choices. The right connections await you when you least expect them to. Are you making the right connections?
W| By Dean Perretta @DeanPerretta