Communicate on the Same Wavelength



“I sometimes use flattery to put someone in a good mood.”

Other times, a person will support a decision they disagree with just to be liked. For the same reasons, this person also says things that they know another person wants to hear. Their motives can be nefarious or completely innocent.

It’s important to realize that this tendency can influence our decisions. Some respond to flattery with suspicion, and this spoils the intention and, instead of building up it undermines the relationship. It is worth knowing what and when to say that can be productive and when it can hurt.

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