*To have a friend, you must be a friend, starting with yourself.
*The greatest hunger a person has is to be needed. Help create that feeling in others.
*The greatest virtue is kindness. You can’t love everyone, but you can be kind to everyone.
*Don’t try to impress others. Let them have the fun of impressing you.
*Be enthusiastic. Nothing of consequence was ever achieved without enthusiasm.
*Be positive. Positive people attract others, while negative people repel.
*You have greater impact on others by the way you listen than by the way you talk.
*Gossip cheapens the one who gossips more than the one gossiped about.
*Call a person by his or her name and use it often in conversation.
*Differences are bound to occur and can be resolved if conflict is managed in a polite manner.
*If you are given to making fun of someone, be sure it is of yourself.
*Be genuinely interested in others. Get them to talk about themselves.
*A smile doesn’t cost anything and pays big dividends. It makes you and everyone else feel better.
*Be the first to say: “Hello! Good to see you.”
*Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
*The golden rule is where it all begins and ends.
James 4:17 “Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin.” (KJV)
Doing wrong to others is not is not always what we do “TO” them but what we fail to “DO” for them.