How many centuries have to hoard knowledge before we learn to understand these simple truths?

1. Principle of the mirror. Before you judge others, you should pay attention to yourself.
2. The principle of pain. Offended man himself causes offense to others.
3. Principle of the top of the road. We are moving to a higher level when we start to treat others better than they treat us.
4. The principle of the boomerang. When we help others, we help ourselves.
5. Principle of the hammer. Never use a hammer to kill a mosquito on the forehead of the interlocutor.
6. The principle of exchange. Instead of putting others in place, we have to put ourselves in their place.
7. The principle of learning. Every person we meet has the potential to have something to teach.
8. Principle of charisma. People show interest in the person who is interested in them.
9. Principle 10 points. Faith in the best quality people usually causes them to show their best qualities.
10. The principle of confrontation. You must first take care of people and then join with them in a confrontation.
11. The principle of the stone cliffs. Trust - is the foundation of any relationship.
12. The principle of the elevator. In the course of the relationship, we can raise people up or goes down.
13. The principle of the situation. Never let the situation mean to you more than the relationship.
14. The principle of Bob. When Bob has a problem with all, the main problem is usually self Bob.
15. The principle of accessibility. The ease in relationships with ourselves helps others to feel free with us.
16. The principle of the trench. When preparing for battle, dig a trench for myself to put another in it.
17. The principle of farming. All relationships need to be cultivated.
18. The principle of 101 percent. Find 1 percent, with which we agree, and send it to 100 percent of our efforts.
19. The principle of patience. Travel together with other must always slower than traveling alone.
20. The principle of the celebration. The true test of relations is not only in how we are true friends when they fail, but how much we rejoice when they succeed.
21. The principle of friendship. Ceteris paribus people will seek to work with those who they like; ceteris unequal conditions they will still do it.
22. The principle of cooperation. Collaboration increases the likelihood of a joint victory.
23. The principle of satisfaction. In the remarkable relationship of the parties for pleasure simply to be together.


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