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Arouse enthusiasm among people might be one of your greatest asset

Arouse enthusiasm among people might be one of your greatest asset Arouse enthusiasm among people might be one of your greatest asset
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I consider my ability to arouse enthusiasm among my people the greatest asset I possess, and the way to develop the best that is in a person is by appreciation and encouragement. There is nothing else that so kills the ambitions of a person as criticisms from superiors. I never criticise anyone. I believe in giving a person incentive to work. So I am anxious to praise but loath to find fault. If I like anything, I am hearty in my approbation and lavish in my praise.

This is the best advice anyone can follow. The praise and appreciation must be genuine. If you have to put an effort in showing your approval, you must show it generously. There are a lot of criticism around us. There are many who would love to pull us down. I, for one, don't wish to point flaws. I would like to appreciate creativity however mediocre it looks. There is always something good to talk about. One must always keep the eyes peeled open and notice.

By Altonalt | 13/07/2020

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