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How to Win Friends, Influence People, Be a Great Leader, Kill in Business by Mind Map: How to Win Friends,
Influence People,
Be a Great Leader,
Kill in Business
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How to Win Friends, Influence People, Be a Great Leader, Kill in Business

Really Listen

Try honestly to see things from the other person's point of view

Be sympathetic with the other person's ideas and desires

Ask the RIGHT questions

Make it Personal

Become genuinely interested in other people

Be a Good Listener, Encourage others to talk about themselves

Talk in terms of the other person's interests, Arouse in the other person an eager want, huh?

Give honest and sincere appreciation

Make the other person feel important and do it sincerely

Always use their first name

People LOVE their name

Be UPBEAT

Try to make the best out of ever moment

Live life to the fullest

Don't criticize, condemn, or complain

If you do, they better have initiated the complaintfest/rant

Begin in a friendly way

Smile

Win them to your thinking

Avoid Arguments At ALL Costs

Show respect for their opinions, NEVER say "You're Wrong", Penalize yourself, Let others take $5 dollars from you if they can show you've been allowing/enciting an argument, Acknowledge when you've haven't followed this advice on your own, Put in extra time to counteract the event

Collaborate

If you're wrong, admit it quickly and emphatically/sincerely

Let them feel the idea is theirs, Give credit away laviously

Be sympathetic with the other persons ideas and desires

Get them to say "yes, yes", Find where you can both agree, In difficult situations, always try to begin this way. Plan it., Always plan for the sale.

Appeal to nobler motives

Dramatize your ideas

Throw down a challenge

Be a LEADER

How to change people without giving offense or arousing resentment

Begin with praise and honest appreciation

Praise the slightest improvement and praise every improvement

Give the other person a fine reputation to live up to, Be hearty in your approval and lavish in your praise, Do this in public, especially in front of important people, Make the other person happy about doing the things you suggest, 1. Know exactly what you want from them, 2. Be empathetic and see what the other person really wants, 3. Consider the benefits they will receive in return, 4. Match those benefits to the other person's wants, 5. Present it sincerely and appreciatively. Make them feel important.

Be specific to make it sincere

Talk about your mistakes first

Call attention to people's mistakes indirectly

Let the other person save face, Make a fault seem easy to correct. Use encouragement

Ask questions instead of giving direct orders??

Are you willing to do X, rather than Please do X