Saturday, September 15, 2007

Sweetness of words stimulate mind

Irene sent a text message to me, "I am glad I read your blog. I have gained some useful knowledge from it, especially the sweet part of it."

She claimed that she had better response from her clients, when she started to address them as "My dear Mr Lee or My dear Miss Alice" rather than using "Mr Lee or Miss Alice." Sweetness of words stimulate our mind. Whether is verbal or written words, those who listen and read these sweetness, will definitely love them. For those who have the courtesy and courage to apply them, they will be well received and accepted. For those who sell, sweetness of words help you to connect your relationship with your clients closer.

Don't just use the word 'dear', cause there are many other words that are even sweeter. Try these as well, "darling, sweetheart, honey, juicy, sensation or my love." You don't need to be an actual darling, to be called as a darling. The fact is, when someone calls you by that sweet word, "darling", your mind automatically or psychologically felt so wanted. The only way to prove my sharing, you have to try to believe.

Samuel Taylor Coleridge said, "The happiness of life is made up of minute fractions - the little, soon-forgotten charities of a kiss or smile, a kind look or heartfelt compliment."