When you hate someone, you restrict your view of them. You create the worst possible scenario of who they can be. Even if they have good qualities, you just simply ignore them. We don't simply narrow down our viewpoint about someone or something. We narrow down everything that we see and everything that we can …
Endless choices use countless hours of rumination. It's not always required to maximize benefits, sometimes satisfaction is all it takes to feel complete.
Too general results don't solve specific problems. When you trying to include everyone you dilute your cause and goals for the ones who really need it.
Be willing to wait. Not compromise.
There's always a better choice. But sometimes looking for better can make things worse. Accepting what you have is a healthy option. But it doesn't mean you don't a better plate. At some point in life you have to trade-off. It's up to you what you want to put up for trade.
A leader should prioritise the group over the individual. Individual needs are difficult to fulfil or sometimes almost impossible to meet. But if we fulfil the demand of the group, it makes a fair balance for every group member. Compromise for greater good leads to greater sense of happiness than selfish stubbornness ever will.
Sacrifice and compromise. One tries to avoid them, but ends up picking either or both for good. You can't avoid them.You can end up with an easy deal,but the notion of no deal with them is far-fetched.