Mar 22, 2020

Encourage People

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#*There will usually be an option to include a short note with the flowers. Use this note to write something thoughtful and encouraging, like, “You were in my thoughts today. I wanted to let you know I appreciate you.”
 
#*There will usually be an option to include a short note with the flowers. Use this note to write something thoughtful and encouraging, like, “You were in my thoughts today. I wanted to let you know I appreciate you.”
 
===Motivating Someone Who is Struggling===
 
===Motivating Someone Who is Struggling===
#Remind the person about their strengths. Everyone has strengths and things that they are good at. If your friend, colleague, or partner is having trouble recognizing the positive qualities that they bring to the table, remind them of things that they excel in. You can tell it to them verbally, or even write down a list that they can keep and look at later.<ref>https://ift.tt/2vEm25c>[[Image:Encourage People Step 11 Version 3.jpg|center]]
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#Remind the person about their strengths. Everyone has strengths and things that they are good at. If your friend, colleague, or partner is having trouble recognizing the positive qualities that they bring to the table, remind them of things that they excel in. You can tell it to them verbally, or even write down a list that they can keep and look at later. [[Image:Encourage People Step 11 Version 3.jpg|center]]
 
#Make specific comments about the things they are good at. It can be easy to tell someone that they are smart, but it is more effective to compliment them on why you think they are smart. This will also let the person know that you are paying attention to them.<ref>https://www.teachthought.com/pedagogy/5-tips-for-encouraging-struggling-studentsfrom-the-new-science-of-smart/</ref>[[Image:Encourage People Step 12.jpg|center]]
 
#Make specific comments about the things they are good at. It can be easy to tell someone that they are smart, but it is more effective to compliment them on why you think they are smart. This will also let the person know that you are paying attention to them.<ref>https://www.teachthought.com/pedagogy/5-tips-for-encouraging-struggling-studentsfrom-the-new-science-of-smart/</ref>[[Image:Encourage People Step 12.jpg|center]]
 
#*For example: If someone is good at geometry, tell them that they have a knack for it, rather than broadly stating that they are good at math.
 
#*For example: If someone is good at geometry, tell them that they have a knack for it, rather than broadly stating that they are good at math.


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