Stakeholders Analysis | 4 Categories of People You Must Meet In Life
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- 1 Stakeholders Analysis | 4 Categories of People You Must Meet In Life
- 1.1 4 Types Of Stakeholders You Must Meet And How To Treat Them
A stakeholder is a frequently used word used in various fields and sectors.
Perhaps, you must have most likely heard of political stakeholders right?.
Well, It basically seems it is a popular form of usage of the word.
But generally, according to Merriam Webster Dictionary, a stakeholder is a person or business that has invested money on something.
In order words, we say that someone has a stake in that particular thing.
Likewise, in life, there are several kinds of stakeholders that you will exist.
Therefore, whether you like it or not, you must encounter them on your life journey.
This is the reason you and I will talk about stakeholder analysis today.
We will talk about stakeholder analysis in another dimension.
Stakeholders analysis will expose you to different types of people and how you will treat them when you meet them.
4 Types Of Stakeholders You Must Meet And How To Treat Them
If you are ready, just take off a bottle of water and enjoy it.
Not Powerful And Not Interested In You
These categories of people are either here nor there.
They are not powerful or influential and most importantly, they are not interested in you.
This could further mean that they see you daily but they don’t care about what you do or how you go about your daily activities.
They don’t even care how you live your life.
How To Treat Them
The fact that they don’t add value to your life now doesn’t mean you should abuse them.
Therefore, do not abuse them and don’t be in any way rude to them.
Respect them, smile at them and keep your cool.
You may never know what the future holds.
As we go on with studying stakeholder analysis you will understand better.
Very Interested In You But Not Powerful
This set of people are not powerful.
Furthermore, they can, of course, be powerful later on or may never even be powerful.
Nevertheless, they are very much interested in you.
They are interested in your progress.
They may not be influential in terms of money but they can, of course, pray for you.
Also, they can sell their last wrapper to take care of you.
These categories of people shower you with love and love to see you smile.
Examples of this kind of people are your family members.
How To Treat Them
Keep them updated about your life.
Treat them with maximum respect.
When you have challenges, you can rely on them for advice.
Most importantly, when hustle pays, don’t forget these people.
Hold them with care and pay close attention to them. Cool right?
Powerful But Not Interested In You
In this case, this set of people is powerful but not interested in you.
They may have power, influence, money and the likes, but they don’t just care if you exist.
They don’t care about how you live your life and whether you progress or not.
How To Treat Them
Since you may never know who God has planned for you to be a blessing, treat them with respect.
These people are your target audience.
You need to stay professional.
A lot of people are very close to greatness but cannot manage it.
Work on their emotions.
Hold them with EBA.
EBA here means Emotional Bank Account.
Do things for them without them even knowing.
Certainly one day they will get interested in you.
Powerful And Interested In You
When I said “some people are very close to greatness but cannot manage it”, I meant it better here.
These sets of people are powerful and most importantly, they are interested in you.
They want to see your progress.
Use the concept of EBA even more here.
Treat them with respect, care, and love.
Do not find yourself doing things that will make them want to break ties with you.
I am not saying you should be serving them like God.
But respect them and impact positively in their life.
If you can do all these up to the point that they will never forget you, then you just started.
This is the end of stakeholder analysis and the 4 categories of people you will meet in life and how to treat them.
I hope you now have another perspective on stakeholder analysis.
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