People judge. People get judged. People don’t want to admit to possessing the character flaw of judging, but we are all guilty of it at one point or another.
Is judging always a negative thing to do and is being judged always perceived as a negative thing to have done to you?
In my personal opinion, judging others means that I am exercising my own preferences, frame of reference or moral compass. Being judged makes me work harder and aspire to be better tomorrow than I was today. It helps me to set goals and achieve them. It helps me to grow and succeed. Let’s be honest—we can all benefit from daily improvement.
In that case, the act of judging or being judged doesn’t sound like such a fatal flaw after all. It can lead to great end results.
When judging Huffines Chevrolet in Lewisville, it’s definitely a positive thing to do. By judging their product, their establishment, their staff and their quality deals, the judgment that is assessed is excellence. Now, how bad can that be?
The Huffines Auto Dealerships have been satisfying customers and forming lifetime friendships for over 90 years. They have been honored as the Auto Dealership Group of the Year, by the Consumers Choice Award for Business Excellence for the last five years. Their customers tell them they are a great place to do business. In 2011 and 2012, The Dallas Morning News awarded them the honor as one of the Top 100 Places to work in DFW.
For more information, questions or comments, contact them at 972.538.7000 or visit www.huffineschevylewisville.com.