1. You are not desperate for attention
Strong people don’t want to waste their time or energy seeking attention. They are full of determination and radiate confidence because they have learned how to stand their ground without demanding any attention. They also have a powerful charisma which attracts a lot of people. This is not because they demanded the attention, it’s just that people want to be around them.
2. You are not concerned with pleasing everyone
Strong people also don’t find it neccessary to impress others. Instead, they work on improving their personality to meet their own personal desires. They never treat others in a disrespectful manner, but will also never underestimate themselves just to respect someone else. People with strong personalities always show their true identity and if someone is not willing or prepared to accept it, it’s their loss.
3. You don’t put up with excuses
You know that there is no real substitute for hard work, and hate it when people give excuses. Blaming their inability on external factors and their crying about failure is nothing but a waste of time for you.
You know that if one has the will, they can set their mind to anything and come out on top. You just feel that everybody is capable of doing this, which is why you expect people to put in their efforts and do not entertain excuses as most people do.
4. You hate small talk
You already know how small and superficial exchanges are of little consequence and too irrelevant to waste time over.
You also sometimes wonder why people are okay with staying where they are and not progressing. There are a plethora of opportunities for growth that every conversation provides to people. This sort of directness can throw people off balance.
5. You can’t stand ignorance and insensitivity
The ability to think and be well-informed about things around you is another trait that makes your personality strong. You like to know the consequences of your actions and, hence, you never make a rash and thoughtless decision.
You can’t accept that people make ignorant choices, despite there being so much information to guide them. Moreover, it is hard for you to accept that others would be ignorant to the amount of potential they hold.
6. You stick to your morals
Strong people don’t allow things to affect their balance. Even though they may seem wrong or different to others, their morals are their main principles that guide them through life.
7. You admit when you’re wrong
A strong person is aware of both their qualities and flaws. They never let their ego become bigger and will always be honest and open about their mistakes. They will never act in a childish manner and will always admit their mistakes.
8. You are not arrogant, you have a strong attitude
Strong people are often perceived as arrogant because they are independent and they know their value. Small people might become destructive towards such people without feeling any guild about it. This happens because small people are intimidated and unable to understand strong attitudes. But, always stay true to yourself and never change for anyone.
9. You fear nothing
While most people are stifled by their fears to the point of inaction, you know how to manage your emotions and get over your fears. You know that no problem is bigger than you are, and handle it with ease as you face it head-on.
It’s this clarity of thought that allows you to keep a level head, even in the face of fear. You tap into the fear which makes you more aware and are ready to deal with a threat allowing you a greater chance of overcoming that obstacle.
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