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A Positive Attitude

A Positive Attitude

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Published by: David Carter on Jan 28, 2010
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FRIENDSHIP IS NOT FREE; IT MUST BE EARNED!
We should try to do these things better:
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Encourage others to talk about themselves.
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Talk in the interest ranges of the things that people treasure most when talking to them.
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Talk to people about themselves and recognize their importance.
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Respect other peopleʼs good judgment and avoid arguments.
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Never tell anyone they are wrong, we all will rationalize to the point of thinking we areunequivocally right.
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We should criticize ourselves before other people have a chance to; if you are wrong,admit it!
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Tread softly, you will go farther.
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We should try to let our friends feel as though they have excelled us at some time oranother.
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Let others do a great deal more of the talking.
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Figure out why others think as they do; look at it from their viewpoint.
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Show compassion toward others (this is yearned for).
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Treat people with respect, dignity, honesty, truthfulness and willingness; they will gener-ally emulate those feelings.
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Challenge others to do something better, never force them.
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Call attention to mistakes indirectly (donʼt broadcast).
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Make difficulties seem easy to conquer.
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Praise minutest improvements and inspire hidden treasures in others.
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Be friendly.
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Force yourself to smile! (You will.)
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Consider othersʼ good points.
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Make others want to follow your suggestions.
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Always appreciate peopleʼs time.
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Be interested in everyone you meet.
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Always remember: good manners are made up of petty sacrifices.
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Remember names; a personʼs name is truly the most treasured phrase to that personʼsears. Use the I.R.A principles to help remember names.
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Try saying this three (3) times: “Act enthusiastically and youʼll be enthusiastic.” It works.
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Perfect yourself first, then worry about everyone else.
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