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    Friendliness

    If we want cordial relations with employees, we should be friendly to all we meet. What we continually plant we will receive. If we are critical, people will sure enough find fault with our actions. If we easily forgive others their errors or hurts, they will do the same for us. If we frown and are grouchy, we will not receive friendliness from our friends or employees. If we are uptight about each situation, we will not reap an easily flowing working environment.

    If we are bursting to tell others how well we did it or how we did it better, we should hold it in our mouth. At that moment, let them feel like the most important person we are talking to. If we listen to their exploits, when our turn comes, they will listen to ours. Persons who control conversations are seldom heard. People built a wall or tune them out, as teenagers do their parents.

    The growth of friendliness can easily be thwarted by any actions or words that are negative. The successful leader will sow friendliness and cordiality among their workers.

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