Friday, October 21, 2011

Michelle Tillis Lederman, author of The 11 Laws of Likability: Relationship Networking . . . Because People Do Business with People They Like, discusses why it's important to expand your network outside your group at CNBC.com.

3 Comments:

Blogger br549 said...

Bathing on a regular basis seems helpful to being likable. Not that I don't bathe regularly. I'm just saying. Actually I hope a certain individual reads this comment.

9:26 PM, October 24, 2011  
Blogger dr.alistair said...

i do actually bathe. most here in canada shower, and make derisive comments about my ablutions. i've never liked showers...especially in the ones we have in the house we just bought. come the spring, i'm tearing the entire back off the house, including the bathroom and re-building so that normal-sized people can use the space.

5:15 PM, October 25, 2011  
Blogger ZorroPrimo said...

Carrying on with the current thread, I have long noticed a kind of inverse correlation between bathing and--for example--a winning personality. People who bathe yet lack a civil personality rarely make many friends. Conversely, a winning personality will not compensate for a paucity of personal hygiene.

A Jonny Carson who smells like roadkill shall not a successful career have. You may also notice that Melvin Udall (As Good As It Gets)practiced the most scrupulous hygiene, yet was about as popular as a pork chop in a mosque.

Alas, I fear the two are inextricably linked at the hip, rather like conjoined twins.

The burdens of humanity are numerous and heavy.

7:43 PM, October 25, 2011  

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