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Published on 3/18/2015
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Think & Grow Rich – Chapter 11



I like to observe people. Are they approachable?

Some people exhibit a warmth. They make eye contact, they smile, there is a certain radiance about them. Others exhibit coolness. Their eyes are downcast or avoiding, their expression glum, their energy flows like a black hole. Folks exhibit these traits on the phone too.

Which type do You find more attractive?

More importantly, I note how people react to ME. Probably our best barometer of how we are perceived is the reactions we get from small children and puppy dogs.

Whenever I relax on my lawn chair, owners walking their dogs get annoyed with their pets. The doggies strain on their leashes because they want to come over and visit with me. When they do approach, I don’t offer treats. I offer my empty hand, pet them, and give them gentle praise.

Last night I was leaving a baseball field after working a game behind the plate. I was walking past a little guy, maybe age 5. He looked up at me, smiled, and offered his hand up for a high five.

In the parking lot a mother and her young daughter on a scooter passed by. The mother made eye contact and smiled. The little girl, about age 7, waved..

This is not conscious effort on my part. Once last year I was snoozing in my lawn chair. I was suddenly startled awake when a young boy, out for a walk with his mom, stood inches away smiling at me. His mom followed him over and we had a nice visit for a few minutes.

Umpires are traditionally the least popular folks at a ball field.

At the end of last season, my partner and I prepared to officiate a championship final game of girls softball. We met with the coaches and key players at the plate for a pre-game conference.

As everyone greeted each other, I extended my arm to the players of each team for knuckle bumps. The players, on both sides in turn, grabbed my arm and embraced me in a group hug.

During the game whenever a coach would groan about a call I made, he would then chuckle and wink at me.

Just because we are on opposite sides of a situation, we do not need to be adversaries.

Approachability is a key factor in our professional lives. Is the Transmutation of Sexual Energy a trait we are born with, or can it be learned?

I believe others’ Attitude toward us is due, in large part, to our Attitude about others.

Your Friend and Servant,

Ken Klemm - Florida, USA

P.S. Our Attitude is adjusted by what we constantly tell ourselves.




This is one of the lessons discussed this week on our Mental Cleanse Mastermind Call where Leaders are Planted, Fertilized & Grown.


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