How to Make People Like You For Five Cents
WHEN YOU NOTICE and appreciate good things about other people, it improves your mood and the moods of the people around you, whether you're at home or at work. You get to live in a more pleasant environment.
You know that already. But it's hard to remember, isn't it? That's where the five pennies come in.
At the beginning of your day, or even right now, put five pennies in your left pocket. Now try to find something nice to say about someone (something you actually think is true), either to their face or behind their back, and every time you do, move one penny to your right pocket. Try to move all five today.
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Dale Carnegie, who wrote the famous book
How to Win Friends and Influence People,
left a chapter out of his book. Find out what he meant to say but didn't about people you cannot win over:
The Bad Apples
An extremely important thing to keep in mind is that judging people will harm you. Learn here how to prevent yourself from making this all-too-human mistake:
Here Comes the Judge
The art of controlling the meanings you're making is an important skill to master. It will literally determine the quality of your life. Read more about it in:
Master the Art of Making Meaning
Here's a profound and life-changing way to gain the respect and the trust of others:
As Good As Gold
What if you already knew you ought to change and in what way? And what if that insight has made no difference so far? Here's how to make your insights make a difference:
From Hope to Change
Staff, H. (2008, November 16). How to Make People Like You For Five Cents, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2020, July 13 from https://www.healthyplace.com/self-help/self-help-stuff-that-works/how-to-make-people-like-you-for-five-cents