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|Abraham Lincoln once said, “Everybody likes a compliment.” People love to be |
acknowledged and admired for things they have accomplished. Make it a policy
to find out what they have achieved and then compliment them on their
|Everybody Likes a Compliment The third habit you can develop is the habit of |
admiration. As Abraham Lincoln wrote,“Everybody likes a compliment.” Make it a
habit to admire the traits, qualities, or possessions of other people. Compliment ...
|Compliments truly feed the mind of man just like food feeds his body. ... but moral |
cause of the emancipation of the slaves, is said to have been a master at
complimenting people and has been quoted as saying, “Everybody likes a
|Complimenting. others. As Abraham Lincoln said, 'Everybody likes a compliment.' |
Paying compliments creates goodwill and cultivates relationships. Just make
sure you go about offering your praises effectively.
|As Abraham Lincoln said, “Everybody likes a compliment.” When you give people |
a genuine, sincere compliment about a trait, possession, or accomplishment, they
automatically feel better about themselves. They feel acknowledged and ...
|Compliment. An expression ofregard or praise, or ofrespect or civility. “Everybody |
likes a compliment.”—Abraham Lincoln “A compliment is like a kiss through a veil
.”—Victor Hugo “Being taken for granted can be a compliment. It means that ...
|Here are some ofthe most common attention getters. compliment Mr. Carnegie |
always said, “Everybody likes a compliment.” Well, don't we all? Unfortunately,
compliments also can work against us, because they are often overused among ...
|As Abraham Lincoln said, “Everybody likes a compliment.” Regularly compliment |
people on their personal traits and qualities, such as punctuality and persistence.
Compliment them on their possessions, such as their clothes, their cars, and ...
|Everybody likes a compliment. Everybody likes to be appreciated. This craving |
makes people do the most dif- ficult things. The average man complains if he
doesn't like something; if he does like it, he says nothing. We nourish the bodies
|COMPLIMENT THE OBJECTION Compliment each objection when you hear it for |
the first time. “That's a good point; I'm glad you mentioned that.” As Abraham
Lincoln said, “Everybody likes a compliment.” When you compliment 78 | THE