Encourage everyone you meet with a smile or compliment. Make them feel better when you leave their presence and they will always be glad to see you coming.— Joyce Meyer
Revealing Interacting With Others quotations
How you make others feel about themselves says a lot about you.
You are good. But it is not enough just to be good. You must be good for something. You must contribute good to the world. The world must be a better place for your presence. And the good that is in you must be spread to others.
When people are right with God, they are apt to be hard on themselves and easy on other people. But when they are not right with God, they are easy on themselves and hard on others.
I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots.
If you make your relationship with your Inner Being your top priority, and you deliberately choose thoughts that allow your alignment, you will consistently offer the greatest advantage to others with whom you interact. Only when you are aligned with your Source do you have anything to offer another.
If we treat each other as if we are geniuses, poets and artists, we have a better chance of becoming that on stage.
I am looking forward to going to Dubai because it gives us an opportunity to interact with each other. We can sit and enjoy each other's company. We can go out for a walk without worrying about shooting schedules.
Don't compare your life to others. There's no comparison between the sun and the moon. They shine when it's their time.
We expect more from technology and less from each other.
We create technology to provide the illusion of companionship without the demands of friendship.
Managers are not confronted with problems that are independent of each other, but with dynamic situations that consist of complex systems of changing problems that interact with each other. I call such situations messes. Problems are extracted from messes by analysis. Managers do not solve problems, they manage messes.
This world would be a whole lot better if we just made an effort to be less horrible to one another.
A true leader has the confidence to stand alone, the courage to make tough decisions, and the compassion to listen to the needs of others.
Interpersonal experience shapes the mind as it continues to develop throughout the lifespan... Interactions with the environment, especially relationships with other people, directly shape the development of the brain's structure and function.
I truly believe that we are here to bless and prosper, each other.
Tell the truth, because sooner or later the public will find out anyway.
And if the public doesn't like what you are doing, change your policies and bring them into line with what people want.
Be brave enough to live the life of your dreams according to your vision and and purpose instead of the expectations and opinions of others.
Speak your heart. If they don't understand, the message was never meant for them anyway.
We must learn and then teach our children that niceness does not equal goodness.
Niceness is a decision, a strategy of social interaction; it is not a character trait. People seeking to control others almost always present the image of a nice person in the beginning.
Happiness lies outside yourself, is achieved through interacting with others.
Self-forgetfulness should be one's goal, not self-absorption. The male, capable of only the latter, makes a virtue of an irremediable fault and sets up self-absorption, not only as a good but as a Philosophical Good.
Some people feel the rain, others just get wet.
Up to a point you welcome being interrupted because it is only by interacting with other people that you get anything interesting done.
Each of us needs periods in which our minds can focus inwardly.
Solitude is an essential experience for the mind to organize its own processes and create an internal state of resonance. In such a state, the self is able to alter its constraints by directly reducing the input from interactions with others. (p. 235)
Treat everyone you meet as if they have infinite value because in God’s eyes they do
It's better to cry than to be angry; because anger hurts others, while tears flow silently through the soul and cleanses the heart.
I suffer because my interactions with others do not meet the expectations I did not know I had.
Interacting with other people does not come naturally to me;
it is a strain and requires effort, and since it does not come naturally I feel like I am not really myself when I make that effort. I feel fairly comfortable with my family, but even with them I sometimes feel the strain of not being alone.
Our actions are guaranteed to affect others.
Because we are not alone in this world, much of our learning about ourselves comes from our interaction with others. Our relationships are our teachers. We learn from each other.
Stress, anxiety, and depression are caused when we are living to please others.
Not every person is going to understand you and that's okay.
They have a right to their opinion and you have every right to ignore it.
If you treat people with dignity, respect and friendliness, you can turn enemies into friends. An enemy is nothing but a friend in disguise.
Learning first occurs as a part of emotional interactions;
it involves the split-second initiatives that children take as they try to engage other people,interact with them communicate and reason with them.
Knowing others is intelligence, knowing yourself is true wisdom.
If you wish to have power and influence over the many, be faithful (disciplined) when there is just a few. If you have a few employees, a few distributors, a few people, that's the time to stay in touch and be totally absorbed -- when there is just a few.
There is so much about my fate that I cannot control, but other things do fall under my jurisdiction. There are certain lottery tickets I can buy, thereby increasing my odds of finding contentment. I can decide how I spend my time, whom I interact with, whom I share my body and life and money and energy with.
The ecologist has a much more comprehensive and holistic view of the world.
We're looking at the natural environment as well as the human built environment and the connectivity between the two - how do the natural environment and the human-built environment interact and interface with each other.
Follow your heart, listen to your inner voice, stop caring about what others think.
To teach your child to only be a Muslim in Muslim spaces or only a Christian in Christian spaces means in a way that you're teaching them a religious identity that is relevant to only a very small part of their lives, because the vast majority of their lives in the 21st century are going to be lived in interaction with others.
The person who is truly effective has the humility and reverence to recognize his own perceptual limitations and to appreciate the rich resources available through interaction with the hearts and minds of other human beings.
Color is seductive. It changes as it interacts with other colors, it changes because of the light falling upon it, and it changes as it becomes larger in size.
If you are more fortunate than others, it is better to build a longer table than a taller fence.
One of the best ways to educate our hearts is to look at our interaction with other people, because our relationships with others are fundamentally a reflection of our relationship with ourselves.
. . . our lives are shaped by our interactions with others. Whether we have a long conversation with a friend or simply place an order at a restaurant, every interaction makes a difference.
Every bubble consists of a trend that can be observed in the real world and a misconception relating to that trend. The two elements interact with each other in a reflexive manner.
No matter how significant or life-changing your greatest hit or miss might be, neither even begins to define who you are. Each of us is a product of all our experiences and all our interactions with other people. To cite calculus, we are the area under the curve.
Solitude is very different from a 'time-out' from our busy lives.
Solitude is the very ground from which community grows. Whenever we pray alone, study, read, write, or simply spend quiet time away from the places where we interact with each other directly, we are potentially opened for a deeper intimacy with each other.