You hate it when people tell you what to do and how to do it. You’re not going to respond well to being told that you’ve got a lot more work to be done than what you expected. You just want everyone to back off, but they don’t.
Why is this you might ask? The answer is simple: it’s because you’re a natural leader and you don’t even know it. You are naturally confident in your abilities to lead and guide others, but when someone else is trying to tell you what to do, it rubs you the wrong way. You just want to be left alone to do things your own way, not the way that everyone else wants you to. This can get frustrating for those around you who don’t understand where you’re coming from. The following probably describes you closely.
- You’re extremely loyal
Your word means everything to you, so when someone asks for your help or advice, they better listen without any backtalk because if they don’t take advantage of your wisdom, they’ll quickly find themselves on your bad side. As a natural born leader, people tend to respect you and rely on you for support in their time of need. It takes a lot for someone like this to lose their cool. They have an extremely high tolerance for others behavior and will hold onto grudges against those who have hurt them longer than most would care too. They don’t like to be disrespected and will fight back.
- You’re easy going
You don’t like drama in your life. If there’s an issue, you want it solved as quickly as possible so you can get on with your day. The people around you know that they can come to you when they need help or guidance. They can depend on you for solutions and answers to their question without having to wait around for them. You’re not one to hold grudges against those who have hurt you or let things bother you for too long. You deal with them as soon as they arise and move on with your life because a lot of times, the issue isn’t even worth the trouble of holding onto it.
- You’re always looking out for others
You’re not the kind of person who wants to see others go without. If you can, you’ll try your best to make sure that everyone is taken care of and has what they need in life. You want them to be happy and will do anything you can to make that happen. The people around you know that if they need help, you’re there for them with open arms ready to offer whatever service they might need. As a leader, it’s sometimes hard not knowing when enough is enough though. We all know that one friend or family member who just won’t take no for an answer and continue asking for things even when we’ve told them many times before that we’re just not able to give anymore at the moment.”