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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

AYD - June 28, 2012 - Getting Even

"The only people you should get even with are those who have helped you."
- Napoleon Hill

How often do we overlook the importance of a small but significant gesture?
How often do we take little things for granted, without realizing it.
We do not intentionally sluff things off.  We do not intentionally give off the impression that we are not fully engaged in the moment, when someone is speaking, or greeting, or offering assistance at some time of any kind.

So, unintentionally we may give off the impression that little gestures of help, again of any kind, are not all that important or meaningful.

Take a step back from all the distractions, and all of the "busy" in your day.

When you say "Good Morning", be engaged and mean it. 
If someone assists you in the office, with your groceries, at the gas pump, or simply opening a door - Thank them, and be fully in that moment when you express it.

Be engaged.  Get Even with those that have helped you, by giving them and their assistance the reward of your acknowledgement and attention for the full moment.

Paint you a picture - we so often pass a coworker in the hall or in the coffee room...and we so often say, "Good Morning Bob, how are you doing?"

And we so often do not miss a step as we continue down the hall faintly hearing Bob say, "Oh I'm fine...and how about you?"

Say it, mean it, stop and listen to the answer.

Good Morning
Pierre Couturier
Happy Husband, Proud Daddy, Happy Author, and Positive Revenge Seeker.

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