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The hidden Power of Names

The hidden Power of Names

It's important to recognize that a person's name is a significant part of their identity and hearing it can make them feel better. So Remembering someone's name can make them feel valued and appreciated.

Make an effort to remember the names of people you meet and use their name when addressing them. This demonstrates that you care about them and can help create a deeper connection. By doing so, you are not only acknowledging their name, but also acknowledging their importance as an individual.

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Avoid arguments as much as you can

Engaging in arguments often leads to a no-win situation. Even if you win the argument, you still lose, and the other person is likely to hold onto their opinion.

Instead of arguing, it's better to focus on finding common ground. Avoid the points of disagreement and identify the areas where ...

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A note from this article's author: Don't get lost in this book

It's not the world, it will not make you socially invincible or everybody's friend. Yes, it may change how you approach social situations with others or help you overcome your social insecurities. That's okay - it helped me too. See it as a guide to be a pleasant person - to give you some insight...

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Try not to criticise

It is common for everyone to make mistakes, and when someone does something wrong, it is not productive to criticize them directly. Criticizing can make them feel inferior and defensive, leading to justification of their actions. Instead, it is better to show forgiveness and, if necessary, addres...

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Keep calm and patient

Keep calm and patient

When something upsets us, it can be difficult to control our anger. However, it's important to remain calm and patient with others, especially during stressful situations.

Losing your temper does not demonstrate strength or assertiveness. In fact, it often has the opposite effect. Remember ...

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Talk about your mistakes

If you made a mistake, speak openly and directly about it. This is not bad in any way. It shows humanity and strength to face one's mistakes. You also feel better about yourself when you can criticize yourself for it.

Always show that mistakes are easy to correct. Because in most cases they...

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Smile

Smile

Smiling may seem like a simple gesture, but its impact is enormous. When you smile, you communicate to others that you are happy to see them. People are drawn to those who exude positivity and warmth.

If you're not in the mood to smile, make an effort to do so anyway. While actions often st...

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Show your Interest

It's important to remember that the person you're speaking with is fascinating in their own unique way, and it's up to you to discover why.

When you express genuine interest in someone, you make them feel valued and appreciated. Everyone wants to feel important and appreciated, and we tend ...

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You can make more friends in a month by being genuinely interested in other people, than in a year by trying to make other people interested in you.

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The Desire to be Great

Sigmund Freud, a renowned psychologist who explored the human psyche and subconsciousness, posited that all human actions can be traced back to two fundamental motivations: the sex drive and the desire to be great.

For some individuals, the need for validation is so strong that a simple com...

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A man convinced against his will, is of the same opinion still.

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Never interrupt. Listen carefully.

Never interrupt. Listen carefully.

One crucial principle to keep in mind when conversing with others is to never interrupt them, even if you disagree with what they're saying.

In conversation, we may want to persuade others to see our perspective, and interrupting them is a common tactic to make our point. However, interrupt...

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How To win Friends and Influence People about overcoming challenges in everyday social life and becoming a more pleasant human being for new friendships to arise.

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3. Remember names

3. Remember names

People are more likely to like you if they feel like you're paying attention to them. One way to do this is to remember their names. When you remember someone's name, it shows that you're interested in them and that you care about them.

Tips for remembering names:

    Remember the names

    Remember the names

    Someone's name play a major role in their life. It's something that they hear right from their childhood!

    • Remember that a person's name is the sweetest sound they can eveer hear.
    • So, remember names of people. A way to do this, would be picturing them inside you...

    Show your Interest

    It's important to remember that the person you're speaking with is fascinating in their own unique way, and it's up to you to discover why.

    When you express genuine interest in someone, you make them feel valued and appreciated. Everyone wants to feel important and appreciated, and we tend ...

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