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Nov 16, 2020

How to Manage Jealousy

Getting to know Nancy Gault 

Linda Yates and Nancy Gault have known each other for 22 years. As a partner in a CPA FIRM and a certified valuation analyst, Nancy is the epitome of professionalism. She is a career woman who has the best of both worlds, her job and her family. 

Managing Interruptions

  • Nancy always brings passion to the table and it shows in the way she cares for people. When you love what you do, you show up differently and as a result, she’s achieving success by doing what she loves. 
  • Even when you’re not delivering good news, be honest and straightforward with prospects and clients. 
  • Without interruptions, we would never know the pleasure of the successes we have. 
  • We need to expect interruptions as part of our journey to success. 
  • Great entrepreneurs pick their battles and put themselves in time out. They know when to remove themselves from the equation when an interaction isn’t going well.

Managing jealousy

  • Nancy learned how to manage jealousy by perceiving peoples’ emotions around her. She doesn't think negatively of people and gives them credit for what they do. 
  • You can manage jealousy by acknowledging and recognizing the value in other people and appreciating what they contribute.
  • Humans can become jealous because of a variety of factors. Some reasons may include that they don’t have all the facts or they lack skill. 
  • Managers need to sit down and ask the team what their goals are. Simply checking in on them and ensuring they are on the path to their personal successes goes a long way. 
  • You can also manage jealousy by asking direct questions. It helps to understand the other person before you seek to be understood.
  • It’s normal for people to have jealous feelings but having appreciation and recognizing peoples’ worth, with gratitude, can go a long way to manage these issues before they become detrimental. 
  • Mentors are key to opening many doors on a personal and professional level. If you are a mentor, let your mentees know that you are available. You are their safe person and the one who helps them navigate a variety of issues.

“How to Manage Jealousy” episode resources

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