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Habit determines disposition, whereas temperament determines destiny. As Aristotle said, "Human behavior is always repeated, so excellence is not a single act but a habit."
Habit is a kind of strength that we do not know ourselves, but it affects us all the time. The reason why we say, "Look at people in detail, look at people in hours" is that unconscious details show a person's habits. The characteristics of words and deeds in hours are the embryonic stage of personal habits.
To be an excellent person, a good security guard needs to cultivate habits:
Study. As a qualified security team member, we must insist on learning. First, we should learn the methods of communication with people of different classes. Second, we should learn to master the security technology. Third, we should learn the social needs and follow the social development intentions.
Sincerity. You may not be 100% honest, but you must be 100% honest, do not let your words have a button.
On time. Punctuality is an excellent concept of time. Cultivate your habit of punctual punctuality. Do not seek advice for being late. When you start working together, you will experience the importance of being on time. The day is over. A loitering man lacks control over things, making his timing very low.
Excellent hygiene. It is difficult for you to estimate the impact of a person's appearance on the future.
Protect your body. Health is the foundation of all things and the basis of our enjoyment or acceptance in the world.
Control your mood. When you are angry, if you don't manipulate, you will make your collaborators fail; when you are depressed, if you don't manipulate, you will make yourself stagnant; when you are frightened, if you don't manipulate, you will make the enemy destroy you at one stroke.
Lack of opportunity to compete, shallow qualifications to experience, but if you can not even control your own mood, how do you insist on your clear mind, to ensure that your actions are fast and without errors and deviations.
Habit is not the best servant, but the worst master.