Quick Summary ⚡️
1. Smile: A simple smile can disarm others, making them more receptive to your ideas and suggestions.
2. Use the other person’s name: Personalizing your conversation by using someone’s name can make them feel appreciated and valued.
3. Show genuine interest: Ask questions and actively listen to the other person to show that you’re invested in the conversation and care about their thoughts and feelings.
4. Empathize: Try to see things from the other person’s point of view to better understand their needs and wants.
5. Give compliments: Everyone loves to be recognized and appreciated. Give genuine compliments to build rapport and positivity.
6. Use encouragement instead of criticism: Criticizing others can be demotivating, while encouraging words can boost their confidence and motivation.
7. Appeal to the other person’s self-interest: If you want someone to do something, explain how it will benefit them.
8. Be a good listener: Let others speak, avoid interrupting, and show that you’re actively engaged in the conversation.
9. Be willing to compromise: Be flexible and open-minded to find a mutually beneficial solution.
10. Start with praise and end with praise: Begin and end interactions on a positive note to leave a lasting impression.
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October 1st 1998
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