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Attitude in Relationships

Attitude in Relationships

Being positive is essential for building both personal and professional relationships. Positive people are more likeable, persuasive, and successful. Positivity helps you win friends and influence people. As Dale Carnegie said, you can make more friends in two months by being interested in others than in two years by trying to get them interested in you. Positivity also makes you more persuasive. Positive and upbeat people are more likely to persuade others, as it makes them seem more likeable and trustworthy.


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