October 28th, 2009 | No Comments »
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I have observed this process successfully functioning for a number of years. I’m more dedicated to it and enthusiastic about it now than when I first heard it. The enjoyments of my personal life have flowered from the use of it. The barren, rocky moments in my life have resulted when my emotions got in the way of using the rule.
I would make only one small change in the formula. To replace the word want with the word need. Wants and needs are separate substances. Wants tend to be frivolous, itchy, plundering, often greedy forces that are never satisfied. Meet one want, and there are two more to replace it.
Needs however, are the deeper currents of one’s existence.They are meaningful, worthy and not as capricious as wants.
People want sympathy but they need empathy.
People want riches but they need fulfillment.
People want big cars and expensive homes; they need transportation and shelter.
People want fame; they need recognition.
People want power; they need support and cooperation.
People want to dominate; they need to influence and guide.
People want prestige; they need respect.
Children want freedom and premissiveness but they need discipline.
People want make believe relationships; they need honesty and reality.
People want ease and comfort but they need achievement and work.
People want adoration but they need love.
So let us say. “To the degree you give others what they need they will give you what you need.”
Let’s think about that for a moment. What do people really need? To discover that you and I must become closer. And we can do that. There are few relationships more intimate than that of a readers eyes. The relationship is a silent one, no verbal interruptions, no detours. It’s a very private conversation between two people, never more. If I’m sincere, speaking from the heart in a way most understandable to the reader. You can reject, accept, pause, ponder, reread, and react in any way you would like without any risk of accompanying other types of communication.
It is a warm and wonderful association. And I for one will enjoy every word of it. I hope you do, too. I would like to be your friend. That means I really must open up and disclose myself to you. When I do that you will not only know me, but there is a good chance you will get to know yourself as well. And others. This is called “relating.”
And that is how you will discover what others need so that you can apply our formula: “To the degree you give others what they need; they will give you what you need.” Try to relate. Open up. Remove your mask, and then others will remove theirs.
Rick Shoop with a-digital-future.com Internet Marketing Training. MLM lead system specialist. It’s a Digital Future why not utilize it? Basic Training in relationships in the real world applies to the internet as well.