5 Success Principles for a Happy and Healthy Relationship

I am blessed and honoured to learn many life’s lessons from many mentors. John C Maxwell, a leadership expert, speaker, author and founder of EQUIP. A New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Business Week best selling author is one of the amazing mentor that I have the priviledged to learn from, especially in the area of leadership and relationship.

Here are five rules of relationship from John C Maxwell. These are simple relationship rules to improve your daily interaction with others:

1. Get Along with Yourself –

The one relationship you will have until you die is with yourself. Treat yourself with the respect and love you deserve.

2.Value People –

You cannot make another person feel important if you secretly feel that he or she is a nobody. Recognize that everyone has innate value and treat them accordingly.

3. Make the Effort to Form Relationships –

The result of a person who has never served others? Loneliness. Chuck Swindoll said, “It’s like they say in the Army, when you dig a foxhole, make enough room for two.” Reach out, make room and enjoy new relationships.

Reciprocity Rule
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4.Understand the Reciprocity Rule –
What you put into the lives of others comes back into your own. Give generously, love unfailingly and show respect to everyone.

5. Follow the Golden Rule –

Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. If every person made more decisions based on the Golden Rule, we would all make more right decisions.

People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care. – John C Maxwell

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