“When you start to develop your powers of empathy and imagination, the whole world opens up to you.”
– Susan Sarandon
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Ms. Sarandon makes a great point, worth considering at work, as elsewhere: to work with people, to encourage their working with you – whether that means buying your product, using your service, investing in your company, or donating to your cause – if they sense you are interested in their success as a part of your own success, they will much more likely be “on board with you.” And, if you have an imagination as to ways you can help them, well, that is nothing less than “icing on the cake.” Be interested, and interesting, and others will knock on your door, return your emails, remember your name, and do so with enthusiasm.
This quote was sent to us by Heather T., a new member of our Blog Family, who mentioned in her email that she believes empathy and imagination are key ingredients in any kind of cooperation or collaboration, including navigation and negotiation, with others. All really good thoughts, Heather!!
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