Relations Interpersonal Important

Posted by on March 24, 2013 in News |

In all the activities in which we participate every day of our existence, either at home, at work, when we exercise, practice some sport, or at any other time we have any relationship with any other person. The reality is that when that relationship is good and effective it allows us to have a pleasant feeling that enriches us and allows us to live life more fully. Anyone who is our current situation according to the stage of our journey in which we are living, interpersonal relationships play an extremely important role for our own personal fulfilment as well as for the realization of others. That is why we must consciously trying to improve the effectiveness of our relations. Most of those who work spend more time in their workplace than anywhere else, hence it is necessary that interpersonal relationships we have in our work centers are solid and productive. We all know how important and transcendental are the relations with our spouse, children, parents, siblings and friends since they are those relationships that sustain us, through the years, encourages, motivates, and they are necessary and essential to our overall well-being. Brian Tracy, motivational expert who advises and trains for the development of people and companies, expresses: Eighty percent of the satisfactions of life come from important relationships.

To succeed, both in the personal and family and our professional and social activities, we must bear in mind that all the relationships that we create and nurture are essential. To the Ritter, in his book The 100% Principle The secret of great relationships (the principle of 100% the secret of great relationships), expressly: that many times people based their relationships with others at the trial that make them, which can be positive or negative. That to be productive relations must give more and expect less. When we do this our hearts are released from negative judgments and our happiness and effectiveness are multiplied beyond what seems possible.

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