personal deelopment and self empowerment

        Winning People Over

    Friends are people who share the same views in life. In our eagerness to win people over, we sometimes mistakenly believe that we need to put all our efforts into doing anything to win their friendship.

   Truth is, some people just get along while others just don't. People are built differently, which is why we develop certain kinds of friendships. We are like birds of a feather - which we all know - stick together.

   There are some things in life we cannot change. Instead, Joel Osteen, the world's leading inspirational speaker, urges all of us to believe in ourselves and to know our worth.

    People radiating confidence become the more popular ones simply because they inspire others around them to be the same upbeat individual.    

      No one likes to surround themselves with gloom, unless their purpose in life is to bring others down.  

But then again, who wants to be with this sort of person? When we become too much of a pessimist, we can't blame the others who try to avoid us. In fact, we might be guilty of doing the same when we encounter people we just don't like .

   The secret to winning people over is to exude a positive aura. When we become happy with whom we are, we'll soon see people flocking to us. It's all a matter of communicating our inner glow and of believing in our ability to make others feel good.

   But if we force ourselves to become someone else, we tend to radiate insincerity. It's when we are truly beautiful from within and believe that we are will people start to perceive what we see in ourselves.

   Developing great people skills is simply a matter of outlook. We need to work on the skills that we already possess and find ways to enhance them. Our personality traits are neither good nor bad. When it comes to who we are, we shouldn't see things as absolutes. We are born with these traits. It's just difficult to let go of some of them because they have become habits.

   What matters most in how we deal with every situation and our ability to become flexible. There's a fine line between flexibility and change, but what sets these two apart is the willingness to adjust to another person but at the same time, not forget who we truly are.

   When the Cheshire cat gave the rabbit rose-colored glasses in one scene from Alice in Wonderland, he simply wanted the rabbit to see the world in an affirmative light. Seeing the world through the eyes of an idealist isn't necessarily a bad thing.

   After all, it is in being positive that we can we truly know what our strengths are and how we can make ourselves better. It is how every person should look at life, and this is what creates strong personal ties between human beings

                                                                                       Richard Rossbauer
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