“I can live for two months on a good compliment.”—Mark Twain
“More people are flattered into virtue than bullied out of vice.”—Robert Smith Surtees
Let Chrisie Matheson show you how a few well-chosen words can elicit smiles, inspire happiness, transform moods, and turn a bad day into a good one.
Compliments are wonderful and powerful, but we don’t nearly use them enough. They can strengthen relationships and family ties, nurture romantic love, and improve work situations. Here is a book that can make you better at compliments, and relationships of all kinds. Chapters include:
The secret guide to compliments: listen up
Working the compliment
Random acts of compliments
Thanks, but no thanks: backhanded compliments
And much more!
Maybe you have given a lot of thought to compliments; more likely you have not. They are a tool that should be in your relationship toolbox. And this is the complete how-to guide.