It’s not about us – it’s about them.
Self-absorption is not new. It’s been around forever.
The one way to guarantee to make more people like you without having to be someone you are not is to talk in terms of the other person’s interests.
When was the last time someone asked you questions about how you are doing or feeling or about you thoughts and opinions? And then actually listened without chiming in with their input.
This approach gives you great power to make people crave being with you rather than trying to impress them or win them to your way of thinking.
Then watch … more often than not, they will ask about you.
The power to make friends by being a good listener.
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