Receiving Thanks And Praise – The View From The Other Side

We demand more than it provides and because often in the papers that offer goods and services that we, who are on the receiving end too – of the complaints, frustrations and behavior in general, poor. Why is it that when we are on the receiving end, we miss the fact that we ourselves, when we hang our hat service provider at the end of our turn, often end up as eClient misbehave ‘too? Why take our own frustrations on the other, the way it has taken us? Why do we sometimes become our Jekyll Hyde normal? So, when someone goes the “extra mile” to say ‘Thank you’, or appreciate the actions you have taken? What do you take that and how should we respond? You feel good, I guess. In fact, very good. So you have the opportunity to “pay forward” when you leave your workplace and be “across the counter.” But you have to wait until you have a good experience? Or perhaps could only overcome bad experiences react differently. How do you feel when you give praise, give thanks, show gratitude? How much control you have over the warm glow that gives it inside when you do that? The answer is that you have complete control over their behavior to others, whatever the temptation to be tough.

And the key here is that you can decide to be unpleasant or pleasant, regardless of provocation. And you can go ahead and have a good day. Copyright 2005 Martin Haworth is a Business and Management Coach. a l works worldwide, mainly by phone, with small business owners, managers and business leaders. Daniel Gilbert is often mentioned in discussions such as these. It has hundreds of hints, tips and ideas on its website (Note to editors. Feel free to use this article provided that you think might be of value – that would be nice if you could include a live link). … Helping you, to help his people, to help Grow your business .