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It is important to accept that what is right for you is not necessarily right for the next person (and vice-versa). Having a sense of acceptance and empathy will enhance relationships

Research performed at UCLA has shown that 7% of communication comes from the words, 38% from the tone and 55% from body language. It is useful to observe this in others and work on your own!

It is worth paying attention to the culture you are part of. Culture is not just dictated by geography, race or religion but can vary between departments in the same organisation. If you understand the culture you can be more effective in the way you interact with it.

The most important relationship you may have is with yourself, so work on being comfortable in your own skin.

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Relationship With Yourself

‘Your vision will become clear when you look into your heart’ Carl Jung Many years ago, I used the physiological monitor with a nurse who specialised in cancer

“A great relationship is based on two main principles. First, appreciate your similarities and second, respect your differences”
Nishan Panwar

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