How do you make others feel? Are people genuinely glad to see you? Do they feel better or uplifted by your presence or actions?
Although I’m not perfect, I try to be a positive force whenever I meet someone in person or communicate with them through my writing. My personal philosophy is to take a genuine interest in the welfare of others. I get a sense of personal satisfaction when I can serve or encourage others through my HSP Coaching, blog, or social media.
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 influenced 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