Start to build understanding with dialog because this is a corner stone for all social activities. Be like a bridge over troubled water. Let's help to fulfil wishes to other people and fulfil own wishes too. If you want to change the world, you have to start with yourself. It is important to change your own negative attitude first.
Let's build understanding with dialog with changing your negative attitude! So.....
1. First find out what is the problem, than find inspiration and good examples of wished attitude.
2. Remember that you can’t always be right, and it’s good to admit when you are wrong.
3. Then look on the situation from bright side, as opurtunity to change something to better.
4. In addition watch the way of thinking, talking and writing.
5. After all our purpose have to be good. With the best wishises to others, we'll wish the best to ourselves too.
6. Furthermore define the way to improve performance, but without to high expectations.
7. It will help to look to the existent situation from the funny side.
8. Laugh to yourself first.
9. Turn atacking into healthy humor and proposals for change.
10. We have to understand situation of people we don't agree with. Be compassionate. Be polite.
Build understanding with dialog and to be polite is the best diplomacy and policy. Some thoughts about this could be wellcome.
Politeness is to goodness what words are to thoughts.
Avoid all haste; calmness is an essential ingredient of politeness.
There is no policy like politeness; and a good manner is the best thing in the world, either to get one a good name or to supply the want of it.
There is no accomplishment so easy to acquire as politeness, and none more profitable.
Fine manners are like personal beauty,--a letter of credit everywhere.
True politeness is the spirit of benevolence showing itself in a refined way. It is the expression of good-will and kindness. It promotes both beauty in the man who possesses it, and happiness in those who are about him. It is a religious duty, and should be a part of religious training.
Politeness induces morality. Serenity of manners requires serenity of mind.
JULIA WARD HOWE