The Ten Commandments of Human Relations
Speak to people. There is nothing as nice as a cheerful word of greeting.
Speaking to other people is the best way to gain relationship, and greeting is the best way to start a good conversation.
Smile at people. It takes 65 muscles to frown; only 15 to smile.
Smiling will give the impression of being open to relationship and expressing to everyone that you are a kind person. Nobody will dislike a kind person, except for those who are insecure.
Call people by name. The sweetest music to anyone’s ears is the sound of his own name.
Never call a person in a pig or etc. it is great insult and it would damage your reputation of being a good friend.
Be cordial. Speak and act as if everything you do were a genuine pleasure.
Be thoughtful and don’t be pretentious, just enjoy the conversation.
Be friendly and helpful. If you would have friends be friendly.
Being friendly and helpful will help you build and strengthen your relationship with others.
Be genuinely interested in people. You can like everybody if you try.
Never judge a person, because no matter how bad he looks or act, there is light inside his or her heart, and that light protects the kindness left to that person.
Be generous with praise; cautious with criticism.
It is simple. If you have nothing good to sat, just shut your mouth.
Be considerate with the feelings of others. It will be appreciated.
Do not be a dumb of something else towards other person’s feelings, try to understand them and if possible, console and comfort them to the best of your ability to do so.
Be thoughtful of the opinion of others. There are three sides to a controversy: yours, the other fellow and the right one.
If a friend asks you if his or her dress looks good to him or her. Never say yes if it’s not true, instead, you need to criticize in a friendly manner.
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