The Interested Challenge

Interesting challenge was very interesting to being interested

Dale Carnegie has explained beautifully the concept of being interested in his writing “How To win Friends And Influence People’’.

Here I want to discuss lesson I learned from this essay:

‘’You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you’’.

To be interested in some one means to give. You can give in many ways by paying attention, asking about needs, preferences, asking questions, give time, care, listening, Lighting up, give smile, and the most important point that you don’t know everything.

Most People in this world love the way you learn them. As in the literature in one of the event at white house when president and Mrs. Taft were away from the house, servant and other member called Mr. Roosevelt at white house.

“Roosevelt’s honest liking for humble people was shown by the fact that he greeted all the old White House servants by name, even the scullery maids”.

The takeaway from these lines is that greeting others with humbleness and love is an act of kindness and cast a great spell on others as Roosevelt ate corn bread made by Alice which was not good in taste and no one want to eat these breads but he didn’t show any gestures that relies her that the breads were not tasty.

One last thing from the essay; If you want others to like you, if you want to develop real friendships, if you want to help others at the same time as you help yourself, keep this principle in mind:

“Become genuinely interested in other people”.

Try to read people as you read your favorite book
Nothing is interesting if you are not interested


· Give time

· Give Smile

· Learn People

· Be interested not interesting

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