The 75 year study by Havard University reveals the most important thing for happiness- building relationships. And that’s where the FISH! Philosophy can help. By “Being There” for each and every person, you can build stronger relationships. By focusing on the person, and listening with not just your ears, but also your eyes, you can truly understand the other persons point of view. Ideal in a customer service setting, in a school, at home, in fact, everywhere!
Our boys used to wander into the office for a chat or a question, and many times I was only half listening as I was focused on my work. By making the effort to down tools, walk away from the computer into another room, I could really focus on what they had to say and demonstrate to them how important they really are.
If relationships are what make people happy, think about how “Being There” can work for you.
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