You Have A Great Splendor To Offer That Nobody Else Can Give: Keys To Bringing Out The Best In People

You Have A Great Splendor To Offer That Nobody Else Can Give: Keys To Bringing Out The Best In People

Bring out the best in people

 

Hello, lovely one,

You have a great splendor to give that nobody else can give. Somebody out there wants your encouragement. Someone desires to know that you believe in him, that you’re for him, that you understand he has what it takes to prosper. If you look back over your own life, you will most likely find someone who at some point played a key role in helping you get to where you are today. Maybe your parent, your guardian, or your educator who believed in you and in your abilities and helped you believe in yourself.

You must have someone at some point in your life who said to you when the chips were down, “You’ve got what it takes. You’re exceptional. You’re unbreakable.” Maybe they saw something in you that you may not have seen yourself and they encouraged you to get to your next level. Now, it’s your turn to do something similar to somebody else.

Ask yourself today: who are you believing in? Who are you cheering on? Who are you helping to become prosperous? Understand that there’s no incredible venture in life than in being a people builder. Relationships are more important than our accomplishments. Everywhere you go, you should be motivating people, building them up, not breaking them.
If you’ve got nothing encouraging to say to anyone, then please shut your mouth.

A lot of people are going through one tough time or the other. Some are broken, with little or no hope. Many others are living in limbo. Our society overflows with judges, pessimists, and faultfinders. Many people quickly point out what you’re doing bad, very few take out time to point out anything you are doing right. Don’t live your life like that. Become a giver, not a taker. Build people up and not tear them down. Leave places better off than they were before you passed by.

You can’t afford to add to people’s misery by speaking negatively to them. God put people in our lives on purpose so we can help them become all he created them to be. Most people will not achieve their great capacity without somebody else believing in them. That means you and I have a task to do.

Be devoted to bringing out the best in people. Omar Suleiman buttressed that, in order to bring out the best in people, you need to give them your best. You have gifts, skills, resources, that you’ve not yearned of using. You can overcome any challenge that’s before you. You’re exceptional, a masterpiece of God. Start believing in yourself and act it out. Let others see that you believe in them, don’t say it alone, show it too.
Love motivates people to grow to their full greatness. When you believe the best in people, you help to bring out the best in them.

Don’t focus on what they are right now. Focus on what they can become. See the potential on the inside of them. Granted, they may have some terrible addictions, or they may be doing some things that you don’t like, but don’t judge them for it. Find ways to challenge them to rise higher. You’ll be pleasantly amazed at how people react when they know you really care.

Become a people builder

You don’t bring out the best in people by criticizing them, you bring out the best by love. You bring it out by demonstrating to people that you care. I’m not encouraging you to become a doormat for people to trample on, but learn to wait for the right time to deal with such pessimistic actions and attitudes from them.

Keys To Bringing Out The Best In People:

1. Build relationships with people

2. Gain people’s trust and respect

3. Challenge their strength and manage their shortcomings

4. Believe in their abilities

5. Stop criticizing, or verbally beating people down

6. Be genuinely interested in them and their world

7. Be quick to chant their good works. Your opinions don’t bless anybody but you unless you speak them out

“Some people bring out the worst in you, others bring out the best, and then there are those remarkably rare, addictive ones who just bring out the most. Of everything.” – Karen Marie Moning

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