Y.O.U. Set a High Standard for Being Human by Bonnie Ross-Parker

Bonnie Ross-ParkerChapter 11: Honor People for what’s in their hearts [Editor’s note: Continuing a series taken directly from Bonnie Ross-Parker’s book, Y.O.U. Set a High Standard for Being Human. We will publish a chapter each month though 2009] Honor People For What’s In Their Hearts | 11 “I look for what is positive in each and every person I with whom I connect” How many times have you met someone and immediately they began to tell you about their product or service. Did you became annoyed? Take a moment and listen with intent. Ask questions. Allow them to share their story. They need a listener! You may make a difference in their life just because you listened or cared. Be willing to give the value of your time.

Allow People To Be Authentic

 NULL Be willing to receive as well as give. Connecting at the heart level means giving and receiving. It’s a cycle. Listen with intention. Practice giving and receiving. Ask questions

Learn From Your Relationship Journey

Take time to consciously review your relationship skills. Do you have lasting and fulfilling relationships with friends, family and co-workers?What areas might need improvement? Practice good relationship habits with everyone. Believe in people and trust them even when it’s difficult to do so. Take a class on creating better relationships. Give Everyone Your Gift Of Faith In Them Believe in people. Trust in people even when it’s hard.

Ask For The Highest Good To Be Demonstrated In Every Connection

If you approach people with an attitude that there is reason for your connection, good will come forth. Know that love does not always look like you think it looks in a relationship. Look for the best of possibilities in every connection. What Five Steps Can You Take to Honor People for What’s in Their Hearts? Action Steps: “We all live with the objective of being happy; our lives are all different and yet the same.” Anne Frank


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