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Little LuAnn, seven years old, was learning to draw and having a great time playing with painting, too. Her work showed promise, so her step-mom decided to help her. What should she have done?

  1. The step-mom should show LuAnn how great her own work is, to give LuAnn something to aspire to.
  2.  Point out the mistakes in LuAnn’s work.
  3. Point out how colorful LuAnn’s paintings are and tell her that she has talent and should continue her art work.

The answer in a minute.

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Now back to LuAnn.

Number three is the way to go. Unfortunately, LuAnn’s step-mom compared the LuAnn’s work with her step-mom’s art and discouraged LuAnn. LuAnn never felt enough confidence to succeed in the art world and now works in another industry.

To become a more effective leader of people, apply . . . Principle 6:
Praise the slightest improvement and praise every improvement.

Be “Hearty in your approbation and lavish in your praise”, says Dale Carnegie in his book “How to Win Friends and Influence People”.

 

 

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Here’s a dynamic we see when we are children:

“Melody, you’re so slow, you’re always the last one to be getting your seat belt fastened”

Mom would chime in “Melody, you know we always have to wait for you, can’t you just be like your sisters and fasten your seatbelt, ever?”

We’ll get back to that scenario is just a minute.

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Now back to the minivan.

Petite seven year old Melody, when getting into the family minivan would take her seat and watch as her two sisters fastened their seatbelts. When they were all fastened in, they would start in on Melody.

So, Melody would then reluctantly fasten her seat belt, usually procrastinating enough to get help from one of her sisters. She wasn’t the youngest, either, so it wasn’t a matter of being to young to accomplish the task.

Once the girls grandmother saw this little development, she knew what to do.

The next time they got ready to go somewhere, Grandma and Melody were the first to load into the minivan.

Grandma turned around and told Melody how smart and quick she was in everything else, and that Grandma knew that Melody could be the first one to click her seatbelt any day.

The other girls jumped in about then, got all buckled in, and then looked at Melody, and I swear, their little chins almost dropped. They said not a word though. Grandma and Mom both told Melody that they were impressed and appreciated her being the first one in and ready to travel.

The rest of Grandma’s visit, every time they loaded into the minivan, Melody was always the first one buckled in, and next year, same story, and again the year after. And Grandma now had to tell Melody thank you for being so quick, but the other sisters as well. And they all lived happily ever after.

To become a more effective leader of people, apply . . . Principle 6:
Praise the slightest improvement and praise every improvement. Be “Hearty in your approbation and lavish in your praise”, says Dale Carnegie in his book “How to Win Friends and Influence People”.

 

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