Stop Caring About What Other People Think




For Me growing up, I have always had a strong leadership personality, and I never really cared about what someone thought about me. I inherited it from my Dad, and I am thankful. I am a risk taker, and I go for it. My only stipulation is for folks to stay out of my way, because I will run you over. This is a strong stance to take, but I am successful because of it.

Here are some more tips for you:


People who obsess about what others think tend to put ‘issues’ under the microscope and can't see the forest for the trees. People who don't obsess about what other people think tend to look at the big picture.


Have confidence in yourself.

Visualize success. Don't think about the "what if I fail...?" thought that is probably wandering around in your head. Instead, think to yourself: "How will I succeed?"

Control your Emotions.
Accept yourself and give yourself permission to go after your dreams.
It all starts with how you see yourself.

Most of the time, people don't care what you are wearing, or what you are doing.
What other people think of you is their reality; it doesn't have to be yours. If people judge you, it says more about them than it does about you.

Realize that you are your own person, and ultimately the only one in charge of your own actions and feelings. 
What other people think of you is none of your business. Love yourself the way you are because that's what makes you different and special.

"No one can make you feel inferior without your consent."
Try to remove negative thoughts, replace them with positive ones.
You only live one life; live it how you want it to be.



  • "Some people say that what others think about you is a result of what you think about yourself. This is true in that people who think highly of themselves often have high confidence, which merits a positive reaction, while people who think poorly of themselves often have low confidence, which merits a negative reaction. 
  • This is NOT to say that those who are mistreated deserve it, but a person's social success may be dependent on their own self image, if they're in a setting where they're not largely judged by people who don't care what they think."- Eleanor Roosevelt.