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Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Talk to strangers politely...

Every friend you have now was once a stranger, but not every stranger becomes a friend. However, it is unpredictable for you to know which of the strangers you are about to meet that becomes your friend.

It is therefore a helpful tactics to talk politely when communicating; this helps maintain a cordial link that becomes the floor for many interesting connections to land. Avoid the use of abusive words when communication is in session; you might scare away someone who is meant to become your mentor or your customer.

Never forget that when connections get destroyed by means of bad communication, it's good communication that resolves them. Don't be shy to say "I am sorry"; Never feel too big to say "Please forgive me"; Don't think it's unnecessary to say "thank you"; Never feel bad to admit "I am wrong"!

Be quick to resolve conflicts before they mature to become wars. Avoid hating people because you might have destroyed the bridge you have just used to cross the river; you'll need that bridge to cross again when returning! Get connected to the right people and don't turn every stranger that you get into contact with!

Stay cool and blessed! Shalom!
-Israelmore Ayivor

Israelmore Ayivor


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