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Emotions and behavioral patterns spread like viruses, infecting people. If you interact with positive people, each person increases your chances of being in a good mood and optimistic by 11%, according to a study published in the Proceedings of the Royal society in 2010. “Just one depressed friend doubles your chances of feeling unhappy yourself,” Wired magazine concludes based on this report. This article will help you understand who to let into your life, and who to avoid communication with.

1) Sirens.Sirens are those who charm and seduce you, and completely distract you from business. More than anyone else, they interfere with your concentration and distract you from your chosen direction. Many promising deals, careers and businesses are sacrificed to the sirens. Don’t let this happen to you. Do not fall under the charm of sirens, and remember that you are able to offer the world something amazing.

2) Goats.Goats are incredibly charismatic, boastful and lucky, they give the impression of people who can do anything. However, they have a lot of disadvantages. The fact is that they do not use their advantages for a good cause. Goats are not averse to encouraging other people to make bad decisions. If you notice that you constantly make bad decisions under the influence of a particular person, then it’s time to stop it.

3) Elephants.Elephants don’t forget anything. These are the people who shame you for past mistakes. They never tire of reminding you of your past mistakes. Don’t let the elephants drag you into the past. Everyone makes mistakes. If you fail, then you are learning. Stay in line and go forward.

4) Haters.Haters are those who want to be at the top but don’t want to work to get there. Instead, they seek to bring someone else down in order to feel superior. Haters are losers, but they can strangely motivate you and your team. Keep them out of your business, but use them to motivate you.

5) Daffodils.Narcissists are talented people who are too busy with themselves to act. Especially they are not suitable for teamwork. Narcissists can encourage you to care more about your image than your reputation. This is always a bad idea. When you work as a team, it’s important to be open and present. Don’t try to look better than you are or than you aren’t. Instead, be real. Keep daffodils away and focus on reputation, not on the image.

6) the Avengers.At work, you often have to deal with someone you can’t stand and who can’t stand you. If you are not careful, this can become a major source of danger. Try to understand: what you don’t like about the Avengers may not be what you like about yourself, or, conversely, it’s what you love most about yourself. In any case, something is wrong with you, and the only way to fix it is to point the mirror at yourself, not at the avenger. Your opponent can be your adviser. If you take an avenger on your team, use that person to get to know yourself better. Once you do this, he or she will no longer be your enemy.

7) Warriors.Warriors love conflict. They are psychologically dependent on the conflict and want to win at any cost, even if there is nothing to fight for. In any case, trying to correct or at least understand the warrior is a waste of time. It is better to ignore such people and keep them as far away from you as possible.

8) Lovers of pleasure.They are easy to recognize. They love wine, parties and fun. Such people have very little patience for anything other than instant gratification. Be careful when you allow such people into your environment, because when a person puts pleasure first, it is both an addiction and a waste of time. It’s great to have friends and have fun, but don’t sacrifice an important project for a string of sleepless nights.

9) Black cats.Some people come into the business and cover it. Others come and kill you. Black cats are just like that. It seems that such people are followed everywhere by a black cloud, wherever they appear. They are unlucky, negative, and always depressed. Do not be prejudiced against them, especially since they themselves like to hide in corners. They like the attention, though. So let them sit in their corner. Just make sure they are sitting somewhere far away from you.

10) Fat cats.Fat cats come to you, throwing bundles of money, and offer peace. These may be “patrons” or ” well-wishers “from other departments who”want to help you.” Don’t let their promises or money cloud your mind. Many of them come to take control of your project or sit you down. Be very careful with those who interfere with your work.

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