“Abiding happiness will come to you when, ceasing to selfish cling, you are willing to give up.”- James Allen
Happiness comes from integrity. People with integrity are happy people. They control what they do; they control what they say; and they treat people with respect and dignity.
They work hard to maintain their integrity. They know that without integrity, they have nothing. If you lose your integrity, you have lost everything.
Happy people understand that “happiness is the key to success.” If you are not happy with yourself, it will be almost impossible to enjoy and love what you do.
In order to be happy, find meaning in what you do. Always focus on what is good, not what is bad in your life. When you focus on what is good, when you focus on what is positive, you will attract good and positive things into your life.
Communication is not what you think it is. It is more than just talking. It is more than just nodding your head. It is more than forcing others to listen to you.
The world is in trouble because people don’t listen anymore. But we want others to listen to us. That is not going to happen. When it comes to communicating with other people, you must learn to listen to them. When you listen to people, you will hear them. They will hear you. But if you REALLY want people to listen to you, you must respect them. You must treat your message with love, happiness, and compassion.
“Communication is- start by understanding- your own understanding about people. Even though you want them to understand you, you know, it is- unless you understand people, it is almost impossible.”
Communication is an emotional business. People pay attention to your emotions when you are talking. People pay attention to what you are not telling them. People want to listen to you. But you must make them comfortable.
If you want to be a good communicator, you must be a good listener. Because communication is about listening, not about talking.
The true meaning of communication is understanding. Before you say something, try to understand the true meaning, the hidden meaning of your message. People don’t care about what you say; they care about how you say it. If you want people to listen to you, you must understand them.