Every person you meet has their emotional hunger
Les Giblin said in his book: “If we have food to feed the hunger, then we will become attractive to the person who is hungry.”
We are looking for 5-A’s:
These means to accept people as they are with their flaws
We want to create a conversation where they can be comfortable, without worrying about whether we will judge them
People don’t want to put on an examining table every time they meet you.
They get enough criticism, sarcasm, and nagging elsewhere
It goes beyond accepting people as they are
Instead of looking for their shortcomings, we begin by looking for the best points of their character.
People are more pleased with a compliment if you praise them for something that is not obvious
Search for mental strengths and qualities in the person, and then unwrap them like an undiscovered gift
We want to add to people’s value by what we say to them, and we treat them.
There are four simple things we can do to show appreciation
Don’t keep them waiting let them know that you are going to see them as soon as possible
Thank them, and treat them as “special.” Special means that each person is unique, one of a kind creation of God
Don’t just salute them just by saying them “Hi” instead of “Hi Ben.”
We need to show our care and concern for them as individuals
As Abraham Lincoln said, “Everybody likes a compliment.”
When you give people a genuine, sincere compliment about a
It is an essential quality.
When you pay close attention to other people, they will feel that they are valuable and important.
The more they will like you.
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