The Ten Commandments of Human Relations

1. Speak Graciously to people.
2. Smile at people.
3. Call people by first name.
4. Be friendly and helpful.
5. Be cordial.
6. Be genuinely interested in people.
7. Be generous with praises, be cautious with criticism.
8. Be considerate of the feeling of others.
9. Be thoughtful of the opinion of others.
10. Be alert to give service.

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