Everyone Communicates, Few Connect: What the Most Effective by John C. Maxwell

By John C. Maxwell

Just one factor stands among you and success.

It isn't adventure. It isn't talent.

World-renowned management specialist John C. Maxwell says on the way to be successful, you want to learn how to hook up with humans. And whereas it may well look like a few parents are only born with it, as a matter of fact someone can how to make each conversation a chance for a robust connection. In all people Communicates, Few attach, Maxwell stocks the 5 rules and 5 Practices to boost the an important ability of connecting, including:

Finding universal ground
Keeping your conversation simple
Capturing people's interest
Inspiring people
Staying real in all
Your relationships
The skill to hook up with others is an enormous choosing think about attaining your complete power. It's no mystery! Connecting is a ability you could examine and follow on your own, expert, and relatives relationships- and you may begin now!

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Attributes must be inferred from behavior. For example, if I see a leader such as Mother Teresa who behaves with compassion and empathy, I would assign her the attribute of caring. c02 10/10/06 9:49 AM Page 22 22 BUILDING CHARACTER General George S. Patton Jr. during the Battle of the Bulge, then he would be assigned the attribute of courage. Similarly, Marianne Moore, the American poet and modernist writer who won virtually every major American literary award, including the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award, also behaved in ways that indicate courage, along with other traits such as patience and loyalty (Joicey, 2002).

From this experience, assisted by reason, Aristotle maintained that a person can then come to know the absolute truths of the universe, and from there go on to live in an ethical manner and thereby achieve eudaimonia, or happiness (Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2006). In other words, Aristotle saw living a life of virtue as the perfection of reason, and ultimately a matter of choice. The life of virtue depended on consciously choosing behaviors in line with twelve virtues, among which Aristotle included courage, sincerity, modesty, temperance, and liberality.

An act of moral courage is not life threatening, but it may have long-term and potentially very negative consequences, including loss of job, reputation, and future opportunities. Moral courage involves taking risks and accepting the fear that goes with potentially losing something very important to present or future security. Yet what will be gained from the act of moral courage will generally not be for self but for the benefit of another individual, the team, the organization, the community, or society in general.

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