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  • 1. Eleven Proven Ways to Get Along Better With EVERYONE
  • 2. Before you say anything to anyone, ask yourself 3 things: 1. Is it true? 2. Is it kind? 3. Is it necessary?
  • 3. Make promises sparingly and keep them faithfully.
  • 4. Never miss the opportunity to compliment or say something encouraging to someone.
  • 5. Refuse to talk negatively about others; don't gossip and don't listen to gossip.
  • 6. Have a forgiving view of people. Believe that most people are doing the best they can.
  • 7. Keep an open mind; discuss, but don't argue. (It is possible to disagree without being disagreeable.)
  • 8. Forget about counting to 10. Count to 1,000 before doing or saying anything that could make matters worse.
  • 9. Let your virtues speak for themselves.
  • 10. If someone criticizes you, see if there is any TRUTH to what he is saying. If so, make changes; if there is no truth to the criticism, ignore it and live so that no one will believe the negative remark.
  • 11. Cultivate your sense of humor; laughter is the shortest distance between two people. Do not seek so much to be consoled, as to console; do not seek so much to be understood, as to understand; do not seek so much to be loved as to love.
  • 12. I pray that all of us will keep these points in mind and the principles behind them so that we can continuously improve our personal relationships with others wherever we are.