The Mirror Man

Written by Peter Murphy

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The mirror man started laughing too andrepparttar two of them laughed until it hurt. With a sore belly, Twilight bade farewell to her friend and skipped along throughrepparttar 123927 market with an inner happiness and a smile for everyone she met.

Something weird happened though. At this end ofrepparttar 123928 market everyone wanted to talk to her, and most people seemed pleased to see her. People went out of their way to help her and it was a pleasure dealing with these nice people up this end ofrepparttar 123929 street.

She walked past a news stand and there was that headline again... Lead And They Will Follow. Something clicked - so that is how it works. Smile and people will smile back, give first and then you will receive. The world is like a mirror and people reflect back to you what you give out.

Although not everyone will be nice backrepparttar 123930 odds certainly are in your favor if you takerepparttar 123931 risk and give first. Lead and let others follow your example.

People want to be liked, let them know that you like them and they will feel safer with you andrepparttar 123932 quality of communication will improve dramatically.

Lady Twilight smiled andrepparttar 123933 world smiled back.

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Motivators... Catch Folks Doing It Right

Written by Josh Hinds

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Here's my suggestion... Catch those around you doing something good! Admittedly this might sound overly simple, but you have to realize it's in this very simplicity that makes it so effective. People love to be rewarded. Often we missrepparttar point that people are motivated in different ways.

For some people it might be monetary rewards, perhaps it is something like being publicly recognized in a group of their peers, or shown appreciation inrepparttar 123926 company newsletter for a job well done. This simple idea stretches both intorepparttar 123927 world of business and one's personal life.

It makes no difference if you're talking about dealing with your family or a disgruntled employeerepparttar 123928 fact remains that people like to be appreciated. They may tell you otherwise, but it's one of life's inescapable truths. The more you look for ways to catch people doing things well,repparttar 123929 less you're going to find yourself worrying about repparttar 123930 other.

Now it's time to get out there and catch those around you doing something good. One word of caution, be genuine in your approach. If you do,repparttar 123931 rest will take care of itself... To Your Success, Josh Hinds

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