How to rise above the haters - Top 5 Ways

5 Ways To Rise Above The Haters

What is hatred? 
As far as I am concerned, hatred is a type of poison that will destroy not only your day but your life, if you allow it.

Needless to say, you cannot control the quantities nor flavors of "haterade" that haters may be sipping, but you can control how you react to their hateful words. All the same--read on to learn 15 ways to rise above haters.
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5Rely On Your Friends.

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This is very important to know who has your back and it is equally important to know who is not in your corner.
It is likely that you share your personal life with your closest friend, Right?
Be wise when sharing your information with someone, however, as it could be that they are try to collect information for gossips. You should know who is your real true friend and try to maintain gap from them who don't care about your well being.

When haters try to put you down, tear you down.. you will always have your friends to support.


Ignore Them.

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Be like the racehorse just ignore what happening in your surrounding and just focus on winning. In this case Blinders come into the play. Blinders allow a horse to tune out its surroundings and ignore anything that could lead it off of the track and thereby compromise its standing in a race.
Be like the race horse and ignore them. Act as you are wearing blinders when they are present and fail to react; when all is said and done, they will leave you alone and try to bother someone else. 
When you Ignore them, they will not get satisfaction they seek. And they will leave you.


Keep Your Cards 

Close to Your Chest.

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If someone you know constantly asks you somewhat inappropriate and overly personal questions, then it could be that they are simply collecting information, manipulating said information, re-distributing it, until they next bit of information worthy of gossip arises. Remember, he/she can only do you damage if you supply them with the personal information they seek. When you keep your cards close to your chest, haters can talk all they want, but chances are when they dish the hate they live to speak, their judgment calls will be totally off-base.


Focus On Your Goals.

Hate speech can serve as a distraction. Typically, you will see this kind of behavior in ultra-competitive work environments. For example, one of your colleagues may perceive you as a threat and decide to try to bring you down; again, this tactic only works if you let them know that their opinion matters to you. Do not allow your goals to suffer because another person decided to binge on orange haterade and you just so happened to cross their path after the fact. Rather than dwell on their point of view, focus on your short- and long-term goals. In essence, gluing your nose to the grindstone will keep you out of their periphery. As they say, out of sight, out of mind. Plus, maintaining an impeccable focus will place you on a path to success. While others are yapping away at the water cooler, you will have your mind on what really matters: your personal and career goals.

1Be Assertive.

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It never hurts to face a hater head-on and let them know that you do not appreciate their harsh judgments. Tread lightly though, and try to be very tactful, polite, and calm when addressing a sensitive topic so as to avoid an over-the-top confrontation. Saying something along the lines of “I really don’t appreciate it when you [fill in the blank]” should do. That way, you say your piece, stand up for yourself, and communicate your concerns with a sense of civility. Simply recognize that they may want to cause you harm and that is why you should avoid approaching the situation with even an ounce of aggression. Again, if they are trying to get a rise out of you, that is the last thing you want to give them. However, beating around the bush will not do either. It's possible, though not very likely, that they may not even realize that they have offended you in the first place and that is why it is important to communicate any concerns you may have.

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