Shark Tank millionaire Barbara Corcoran reveals the ‘seven simple words’ that helped her become a ‘much nicer person’

Shark Tank millionaire Barbara Corcoran reveals the ‘seven simple words’ that helped her become a ‘much nicer person’

Written by Nova M. Bagamonte for Dailymail.Com

18:13 06 February 2024, updated 19:40 06 February 2024

Shark Tank millionaire Barbara Corcoran has revealed the “seven simple words” that have made her a kinder person.

The 74-year-old entrepreneur took to TikTok to tell her 1.1 million followers about the phrase that not only improved her outlook, but also helped her achieve greater success.

The investor, whose net worth currently stands at around $100 million, stressed how important it is to “let someone go.”

But viewers were bitterly divided in the comments.

Shark Tank millionaire Barbara Corcoran has revealed the “seven simple words” that have made her a kinder person
Shark Tank millionaire Barbara Corcoran has revealed the “seven simple words” that have made her a kinder person
The 74-year-old entrepreneur took to TikTok to tell her 1.1 million followers the phrase that not only improved her outlook, but also helped her achieve greater success.

In the clip, which Barbara recorded while applying her makeup, she revealed the whole story.

“I was waiting at the Bloomingdale’s counter with my brother T trying to pay for a tube of mascara.

“From what I could see, the lady behind that counter had no intention of helping us, and did not make eye contact.”

The TV personality said she asked the employee directly if she could pay for the product but was ignored again.

She continued: “Even now I was angry. I wanted to give her a piece of my mind.

“I’ve never been good at tolerating anyone who doesn’t do their job.”

Then Barbara’s brother stepped in to utter a phrase that would change her entire outlook on life.

“Then my brother put his hand on mine and said, ‘Barbara, hold her,’” she recalls, before revealing the seven life-changing words he had said to her: “Consider she is doing her best.”

The business mogul added: “He went on to say ‘You have no idea what you dealt with before you went to work this morning. How is her life? What’s on her plate?

The investor, whose net worth currently stands at around $100 million, stressed how important it is to “let someone go.”
The clip was quickly filled with comments, with many of her followers expressing their appreciation for the advice

“What she has to deal with every day. Keep in mind that this lady is doing her best.”

“I take back these valuable words often, and I hope they help you, too,” Barbara concluded.

The clip was quickly filled with comments, with many of them… Followers appreciate the advice.

“This could change the world if we all did it,” one person wrote.

Another person added: “I remind myself to say, ‘Give them the benefit of the doubt.’” A life-changing phone call could have just ended.

“I need to hear this more often.” This is so true that we don’t know what people are dealing with. “Sympathy is hard to come by,” a third person wrote.

A fourth person commented: “I practice this thought all the time and always pass it on to others. Your brother is very empathetic.”

One person wrote: ‘Your videos give me hope for the future in so many ways. Thank you!’

“Why did this make me want to cry?” Another person added.

Another follower wrote: “As a grocery store worker that deals with this every day, thank you. It’s also a good reminder for me when dealing with unruly customers.”

Barbara admitted in the clip that she was angry and “wanted to give (the worker) a piece of her mind,” but her brother put his hand on her hand and gave her a new perspective when he told her: “Barbara caught her, and he thought she was doing her best.”
But other followers weren’t as impressed, with one person writing: “It’s true that I’ve always been taught, ‘Leave your personal life at the door’ when you go to work.” So personal life should not interfere with work life.

But other followers weren’t so impressed.

“It’s true that I’ve always been taught, ‘Leave your personal life at the door’ when you go to work,” one person wrote. Therefore, personal life should not interfere with work life.

Another person added: No way! When you’re at work, you leave everything out when you walk in the door. Great customer service brings customers back period.

A third person commented: “I know, I totally understand what you’re saying, but you have a job to do, get over it, suck it up, wait for the end of the shift and deal with it then.”

“There is still no excuse for me to be rude to you or any other customer. Maybe I was able to help her out of a bad situation,” a fourth person wrote.

One of them added: No, by God. This is terrible advice. sorry but no. People these days don’t want to do their jobs because they deserve it and complain.

This is not the first time that Barbara has provided useful recommendations to her followers.

I have previously offered guidance on How to Get Jobs Despite ‘Age Discrimination’ As well as revealing the deceptive trick she has become accustomed to Her business sold for $66 million.

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