How do you make others feel? An honest answer to this question is vital! Are people genuinely glad to see you? Do they feel better or maybe uplifted by your presence or by what you have said to them?
Although I’m not perfect, I try to be a positive force whenever I meet someone in person or communicate with them with my writing. Taking a genuine interest in the welfare of others is my personal philosophy. Being encouraging to others makes me feel good and I get a sense of personal satisfaction when I can be of service to others through my HSP Coaching, my newsletter, my blog, and my Facebook and Twitter posts.
It’s important to take notice of how others make you feel. Do you feel better or worse by being around a particular person? Is there something about this person that doesn’t make you feel right? Perhaps you need to stay away or keep your distance from this person.
The way others feel about you needs to be examined. Your life is affected, negatively and positively, by the way others perceive you. Your personal and professional relationships, your general happiness, and your self-esteem are determined by the way you make others feel.
It doesn’t take much to make others feel better. Perhaps smiling more, giving a genuine complement, being a good listener, say encouraging words, being a good friend, or showing a genuine respect for others can make you a person that others like to be around.
How do you make others feel? What can you do or not do to make others feel better? I’m interested in any thoughts or comments that you have.
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”…Maya Angelou