- Name:Abiodun Obisesan
- Address:Helsinki Finland
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Developing right relationship first depend on every individual. In building relationship, we are all different level. Also our personalities are different. Howbeit, rising to the top within your organization, business or career depend a whole lot on your peoples’ skill. Your friends, colleagues and business associates are unconsciously watching you. How do you manage every small details of your life? Do you transfer anger or aggression to other people? What kind of person are you? It is easy to say that I don’t make friend easily. Making and building healthy relationship is central to your career growth, business development and your life in general. When you are relational healthy, you will build a good relationship.
Humans are social animal by creation. Being social animal means that power and distribution of wealth depends on interaction. It therefore implies that how you handle your interaction right from home down to your friends, businesses and organization is very important. Another dimension to the interaction is the withdrawal syndrome. In the moment of crisis or danger, we need to fight this tendency to withdraw or turn inside. You must learn to seek out old allies, make new contacts and avail your to be more accessible.
In developing people skill, here are few tips you need to take cognizance of. They are:
- Examine yourself: You are the most important person in the chain of relationship. You can only see others the way you see yourself.
- Get along with yourself. If you can’t come to term with your person, it will be very difficult to build a healthy relationship with others.
- Do not change the world, change yourself!
- Accept responsibilities. Learn how to initiate and sustain a healthy relationship.
I will explore other angles to vital important in my subsequent writings. You must learn to take care of your end before you can build healthy relationship. Remember: A good and wise prince, desirous of maintain that character, and to avoid giving opportunity to his sons to become oppressive, will never build fortresses, so that they may place their reliance upon the good will of their subjects and not upon the strengths of citadels. (Niccolo Machiavelli, 1469 – 1527)