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How to Speak Kindly
by dlouzan in Relationships & Family
Being kind to yourself and others, including coworkers, friends and children, has a positive effect that reaches far beyond your own community. A few kind words will inspire others to spread happiness and civility, causing a chain reaction that will change the world for the better. Speaking kindly begins at home by only describing yourself with positivity, which will boost your self-esteem and all
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How to Kindly Break Up With Someone
by cautionsign in Relationships & Family
"We have to talk." These are the words you never wanted to hear in the same sentence. You have met another special someone and it's now time to break it off with Jeremy... and start dating Zack? God, I don’t know what you see in him! It's time to make the break up but there's one problem, you don’t know quite how to do it. Don’t feel bad, you're not the only one. Many people w

How to Kindly Quit a Job
by Pradeep Gowda in Business
You may have found a new job or decided to go back to school. Maybe you've realized your current job just isn't a good fit for you, or you're tired of your cubicle neighbor's smelly seafood lunches. Whatever the reason, you're quitting your job, and you want to do it kindly and politely. Being upfront but tactful is the best way to handle a resignation. Even though your employer may not be happy y
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How to Kindly Say No to a Job Position
by Enzo in Business
When seeking a job, you often wait eagerly for the presentation of a position offer. While in many cases you will eagerly accept an offer when it does arrive, in some cases you may have to present a negative response to an offer. Whatever your reason for turning down a job for which you received an offer, your turn down doesn't have to be rude. Instead of hurting your relationship with the company
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How to Kindly Reject an Invitation
by Raphaël Slinckx in Culture & Society
Due to your busy social calendar or other reasons, sometimes you may receive an invitation you cannot accept. Even if you just crave a relaxing night at home, you must politely decline the invitation so the host knows not to expect you. Responding to an invitation is imperative and doing it politely prevents the person extending the invitation from becoming offended.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstr

How to Kindly Accept a Job Offer
by kevotheclone in Business
The gratification of receiving a job offer makes the search for your ideal job worthwhile. Instead of simply saying "yes" to the company's offer, don't be reluctant to show enthusiasm about starting your new career. Employers who sense enthusiasm on your part will believe they made the right hiring decision and will give you a warm welcome when you come to work the first day. Kindly accepting a jo

How to Kindly Reject an Offer
by waggy in Culture & Society
There comes a time in everyone's life when a person must say "no" to something. Two common situations involve being offered a job or being asked out on a date. Professionally, it is a bad idea to burn bridges with any company in your field. Personally, you could gain a bad reputation if you are less than nice when turning down a date offer. Being able to kindly reject either a job or date offer is

Activities for Speaking Kindly to Others
by Vietnam in Culture & Society
Have you ever encountered a person you didn't like, or perhaps you've grown so comfortable around a friend or family member that you take him for granted? For some people, it can be difficult to consciously or subconsciously speak kindly to others. For others, they are already accustomed to speaking kindly to others. There are several activities available to either improve or reinforce your abilit

How to Speak Kindly to Children
by bmg in Parenting
Children respond well to kindness. While what you say and the tone of your voice indicates how you are feeling, your child interprets your words and tone as direct messages about his own self-worth. If you speak kindly, not only will kids respond more quickly, kind words will help build self-confidence. Here are eight ways to keep communication positive.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll

How to Kindly Ask Landlord for Rent Reduction
by Switzerland in Personal Finance
If your housing budget is stretched to the limit or you've found that your next door neighbor is paying less for a comparable rental, you may feel like you're paying too much for rent. Ideally, your rent should be approximately 30 percent of your gross income, according to "The Washington Post" – if your rent falls outside of these guidelines, you may be strapped for cash each mont

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