I can see you bein stubborn
I guess that's a good thing!
Yup. As long as it's sensible
Oh i know
Thanks for Mh <3
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Lmao boy, you a mess😂
I also work in a field where it's arguably better to be stubborn even if you aren't entirely right than not stubborn at all even if you are since it takes tremendous motivation and dedication to make ideas come to fruition. So the person who succeeds tends to be the one who is really committed to an idea and willing to follow it through and address any problems on the way over the type who is so lacking in stubbornness that they keep changing their minds.
Think that's true for any field where executing a design/concept takes months or years, not days. It tends to reward stubborn types, like ones who can fully commit to an idea even if it's mediocre over the types who can't commit even to the best ideas. So aside from being naturally on the stubborn side, I almost find a need to be stubborn on purpose in my field.
Think that's true for lots of types trying to produce something where stubbornness is arguably a good quality like a Gordon Ramsay, or Steve Jobs, or Linus Torvalds, or Elon Musk, or a James Cameron. These are all ridiculously stubborn and uncompromising people. They insist on their standards and ways and ideas even when a lot of practical evidence suggests they are veering towards insanity. But I think it's hard to do what they do without stubbornness. Well, maybe that's just my way of trying to justify my own. :-D I try to put a positive spin to it.
by the way, when someone told me "I don't want to talk with you ever again" I said okay... and it took 14 months for that someone to give up.
was just one time lol... and I am not proud of it, that's why now I am currently a 3
I failed she said hey, I replied hey. Ef me.