To survive in this competitive world we must build good relationships..
- Be genuine most of the time.
- Identify Goals and moral Values.
- Expand Mutual Respect.
- Establish Meaningful Connections for People to Network with Each Other.
- Get more in touch if necessary.
- Build a strong network.
One of the keen experiences we can have in our daily life is the relationship we have with other human beings. Positive and supportive relationships will help us to grow healthier, happier, and lead to contented life.
A few quick tips that helps us to develop more positive and healthy relationships in all spheres of your life:
- Ensure the relationship we have is a positive one always.
- Accept and celebrate the fact that we are all different.
- Listen what other people have to say.
- Give time and “be present” when we are with them.
- Develop and work on communication skills.
- Manage mobile technology.
- Learn to give and positive feedback.
- Open your heart and find courage to trust.
- Learn to be more understanding and sympathy in needy times.
1. Accept and celebrate differences.
A major challenge we experience in relationships is that we are all different. We feel more comfortable when we feel that people “get” us and can see our point of view. Accept a person what he/she is.
2. Listen effectively.
Listening is a crucial skill in boosting another person’s self-esteem, the silent form of flattery that makes people feel supported and valued. Listening and understanding what others communicate to us is the most important part of successful interaction and vice versa.
3. Give people your time.
Time is very precious.. Sharing our time to people is a huge gift. we don’t always have the time to give to our loved ones, friends, and work colleagues. Technology gave an attempt to multi-task by texting and talking at the same time.
when you are with someone, you are truly with someone and not dwelling in the past or worrying about the future. The connection we make with other people is always a touch stone of our existence, and devoting time, energy, and effort in developing and building relationships for the valuable life skills.
4. Develop your communication skills.
Communication happens when the other person understands you, not just when you speak. A biggest danger with communication is that we can work on the assumption that the other person has understood the message we are trying to get across.
5. Manage mobile technology.
Now a days everyone has a mobile phone . It is sometimes a lifesaver in an emergency, and an effective tool for communication, and building relationships.
6. Learn to give and take feedback.
Feedback, is a progress, and while it may not always be so great, while it can be very good for both the parties if they maintain a good relationship.
7. Learn to trust more. This can be improved only when both the parties are open to share their ideas and thoughts.
8. Develop empathy. Empathy and understanding establishes connection between people. It is a state of relating to another person’s feelings and needs without blaming, giving advice, or trying to fix the situation