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PC Today - December

Four Traits Of People Pleasers (And How To Change)

People pleasers generally don’t see anything wrong with their behavior. It’s honorable to want to help others and keep the office running smoothly, right? Not exactly. Your people-pleasing tendencies could end up damaging your professional life, says Kaila Kea-Lewis, a career coach. If you focus on constantly pleasing other people, you may begin to feel stressed, burned out and resentful. Wondering if you exhibit any people-pleasing traits? Read on. We share Kea-Lewis’ examples of common characteristics plus ways to overcome them.