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How To Treat People We all want to have a life full of success Many people assume without question that success is essentially material that it can be measured in money prestige or an abundance of possessions These can certainly play a role but having such things is no guarantee of success The success that we should strive for is the ability to love and have compassion the capacity to feel joy and spread it to others the security of knowing that ones life serves a purpose and finally a sense of connection to the power of the universe All of these are what create the dimensions of success which will bring inner fulfillment We as human beings are made of mind body and spirit Of these spirit is the most important for it connects us to the source of everything In other words we can describe it as our conscience The more clearly that we think the more we will enjoy the abundance of the universe Our conscience is broken down into many different layers the most important being our self-esteem Our self-esteem is portrayed by our interactions with others Some simple examples of how we should use are self esteem is Always greet people with a smile As simple as it sounds a smile establishes your own self-worth and shares it with others Always say thank you when you are praised A simple thank you is the universal mark of an individual with self-esteem Surround yourself with people who enjoy their work People with self-esteem seem to radiate it to others The second most important layer of the conscience is our attitude A positive attitude means everything Have you ever noticed when you enter a room with a huge smile on your face give someone a comment and they immediately return with a smile Being optimistic is a very important key factor in creating success especially in the workforce Too many people spend
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