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How To Improve Your Relationships In Just Five Easy Steps

By Andrew Wilkin

Is there someone in your life you want to have a more sound relationship with, a co-worker, a partner, a family member, a chum or neighbor?

Maybe you're thinking that there is nothing you can do to switch this, after all it's the other girl or guy who’s the problem isn’t it?

Whilst there might be some truth in that, isn’t it funny that not everybody seems to have the same problem with him as we do? What that suggests is we will be able to possibly have a more solid relationship with them than we now do.

So what can we do in just five simple steps?

Stop judging others, or asking yourself why are they doing that, I had never do that. The majority of people will admit to this behaviour pattern, including me

– Hear them without interrupting, completing their sentences, correcting them, or thinking about all of the other things you might be doing instead

– Learn from the best sales people, who use the proverb you have 2 ears and 1 mouth, use them in that proportion

– Find 1 nice thing to say of them and genuinely mean it, folks know at some level when you are being fake

– Speak at the same pace and pitch as they do, if you speak fast and they talk slow you?ll find it harder to communicate.

What if you are talking about relationships not conducted in person or over the phone? Perhaps you communicate through email or are connected from social media.

If you do communicate only in written form (even online), and can pick up the phone, then do so. It’s much easier to grow a relationship that way, it is fantastic how folks become even more real when we connect to them in real life or hear their voice.

If you can only write:

– Don’t launch right into the content

– Do refer back to a point of agreement in the past

– Do think that they cannot probably know all that you do or what's in your head, so what else would they have to know

– Do think what you need from the other party, and ask them politely for it, yet again they don't seem to be mind readers, and yes they're living in their own world

– Don’t copy all of the world or try to point score, it's going to reflect badly on you as much or more so.

Eventually, head the advisory alert handed down by mums and dads, ‘if you've not got anything good to say, say nothing ‘, and consider that the same rule applies for Tweets, e-mails and Facebook posts.

Andrew Wilkin is a Master NLP Specialist, Authorized Hypnotherapist and the founder of Dream Timeline, a free site to help people visualise their dreams using online vision boards.

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