1. Mental attitude must be positive.
2. Flexibility of your mental attitude. You can control your reactions to other people.
3. Control and direct your enthusiasm.
4. Sincerity of purpose. Can’t be faked.
1. Breaking in and running away with conversation.
2. Sarcasm expressed by insinuations and wise cracks.
3. Vanity express either by words or actions.
4. Indifference in listening. Be a good listening rather than a good talker.
5. Attempt to flatter where flattery is not deserved.
6. Habit of finding faults of the world at large and people in general.
7. Openly and directly challenging people.
8. Volunteering unsolicited advice. Free advice is considered to be worth just what is cost which is nothing but the patience to listen.
9. Habits of speaking of physical ailments and personal worries.
10. Conveying an impression of superiority through use of words and topics unfamiliar to others.
11. Envy of those who are successful. Generous, sympathetic, and joyous of the good fortune of others.
12. Slovenliness. While clothing does not make the person, but it is a good start.
If you are not liked by other people, you may be sure there is a reason you can detect and correct. There’s no reason for one person to dislike another without a cause.
A pleasing attitude stands at the head of the list of assets which makes someone truly rich.
Andrew Carnegie paid his right hand man, Charles M. Schwab, $75,000 a year for the services he rendered directly, but often gave Charles a year-end bonus of a million dollars for influence he exerted on associate workers because of his pleasing personality.
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