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Sharing personal information brings people closer together. Verified by Psychology Today. Give and Take. To capitalize on this power, he recommends an unconventional reply:. There are at least three potential advantages of this response. First, it conveys that we have the type of relationship where we can ask each other for favors and help each other without keeping score.
Third, it activates the norm of reciprocity, making sure that you feel obligated to pay the favor back in the future. At first I thought I was too attached to politeness rules. The response still left a bad taste in my mouth. Eventually, I realized the problem was the subtle appeal to reciprocity. Why do we utter this strange phrase? Is there a better alternative?
He goes out of his way to help a staggering number of people, doing countless five-minute favors —making introductions, giving feedback, and recommending and recognizing others. Instead, he asks you to help him help someone else. Rifkin is more concerned about people paying it forward than paying it back. In his view, every favor that he does is an opportunity to encourage other people to act more generously. Stop On By - J.Rocc* - Syndromes 2 way, a broader range of people can benefit from his contributions.
In traditional direct reciprocity, people trade favors back and forth in pairs. If you follow this approach, when you really need help, you have access to a broader range of potential givers. So next time someone expresses appreciation for your help, it might be worth stretching beyond politeness to ask them to pay it forward.
It is something that you say when you appreciate what someone else has done or helped you with. To capitalize on this power When I do something for someone there are no strings attached. I do it because the world is a better place when we are gracious to one one another.
No power required. No matter what someone says when you Stop On By - J.Rocc* - Syndromes 2 them a favor or they do you a favor - a 'favor', in my book, I should qualifyis not a gift.
A gift has ribbons attached, not strings. A favor, on the other hand - sorry, there is a string of reciprocity attached. You do me a favor when you are able and I will do Elisa - Serge Gainsbourg - Serge Gainsbourg Vol.2 a favor when I am able.
You give me tickets to a Broadway play that you are not able to use - and I will, at some point in time, show my appreciation by gracing you with what I am able to do or give you maybe take you to lunch or bring you a casserole or give you tickets to some event that I know you would enjoy. Saying 'thank you' is just common courtesy. It's not the currency of leveling the playing field when someone does you a favor.
It's the foundation of appreciation. It is what follows the flutter of untied ribbons and unwrapped paper. Appreciation is a lost form of mutual communication. Not so. Not in my book. But I believe it's best to live life with this bit of advice: Expect nothing and life will be velvet. And shed anyone who doesn't have 'thank you' in their communication repertoire.
This is the best example Youre Welcome only is there absolutely no scientific support for this being "better," but you're putting way too much literal meaning into those words. My boss recently told us that "no problem" is not an acceptable answer to "I appreciate it". I've been trying out new responses and found "you got it" and "anytime bud" to be my new go-to phrases.
To me the phrase "you'd do the same for me" is more indicative of "score keeping" than "thank you" ever will be! To say " I know you'd do the same", is inappropriate and sounds manipulative. It Тоска - Аукцыон - Grand Collection the person on the spot he thinks I owe him. It sounds like a planned preemptive guilt trip.
And by the author stating it's a "missed opportunity", I Dig Rock And Roll Music - Peter, Paul & Mary - Peter, Paul And Marys Greatest Hits proves the real intention. How do you know the person would even return the favor?
They prob wouldn't find you very credible and resent the assumption. I've read it sounds arrogant and that "no problem" Youre Welcome I say at times because cliches and such rub off on you and "no worries" Stop On By - J.Rocc* - Syndromes 2 respectful.
Those are throw-away statements, like the favor really was a problem. I've seen one person look me or another person in the eye and smile and genuinely say either and I don't ask for help much. I usually get and give a smile when "You're welcome is used. I agree with the idea of paying it forward. But it's Stop On By - J.Rocc* - Syndromes 2 odd response to say to someone who says 'thank you'. People at work might think I was pretentious if I started saying that.
It's too long and complicated of a phrase when you could just keep it short and as humble as possible. You don't want to draw so Stop On By - J.Rocc* - Syndromes 2 attention to a small favor that you did for someone. Saying, "Your welcome" is an Youre Welcome response to a person saying "Thank you.
And another thing. It's similar to the very potentially harmful Bought A Rope - The Minus 5 - The Minus 5 from the Bible which says that if someone asks for the shirt off your back, you should give it to him.
Why is this Stop On By - J.Rocc* - Syndromes 2 teachings horrible? Because if you give the shirt off you back, then you won't have a shirt. What a horrible thing to tell people to do. Give until it hurts. It's better to give than to receive. These are all nonsense phrases. In the reality of the world we live in where money makes a huge difference in the ability to enjoy life, have good healthcare, take vacations, purchase things for yourself and others - when one has very little money - all one is doing is trying to make it from day to day, paying bills and hoping you'll have enough money to eat.
If everyone "payed it forward", it won't help. Let me say it again, "Paying it forward" is complete and utter bullshit. Let's use mathematics to prove that science can determine morals and ethics for ourselves and for society. Stop On By - J.Rocc* - Syndromes 2 have lots of people being busy exchanging over 7 billion U. S Dollars but in the end, what is the result? No one gained anything. The scientists I follow state that is is the responsibility of the very rich to share their wealth with the rest of humanity.
Why is this? For two reasons. He had to thousands and thousands of people which helped him one of the richest people in the world. Therefore, per science, since human values are dependent on human well-being and human suffering, it is per science that says that it is responsibility of the very rich to Děkuji Vám - Odboy - Přicházíme. their wealth with the rest of humanity.
How could the rich distribute their wealth? It's easy. Build thousands if not hundreds of thousands of small farms in every city El Fatha Morgana - Toto Blanke - Fools Paradise the world yes, and I mean build farms in the city to ensure we have fresh vegetables and fruit for everyone.
Build hospitals and make sure that all health care is FREE. The rich should make sure that all governments have tax-paid healthcare.
The very poorest of nations should have money funneled into their country to make sure everyone has adequate healthcare. Fund all schools and make sure all K schools have excellent curriculums and teachers. Make sure that all people have free grants to attend a technical school, college or university.
Provide free grants to people to start small businesses. That's not how paying it forward works, though. It's not about randomly giving someone else the same thing you got, but showing gratitude for someone's help in your time of need by dong something for another person in theirs.
So it's not like giving someone your only shirt Black Beauty - Bert Kaempfert And His Orchestra* - That Happy Feeling I agree makes no sense! I've recently come out of a very bad situation mental illness, domestic abuse that left me reliant on assistance.
Both from the state and a local domestic violence organization. I'm back on my feet now with a job - I still make too little to owe taxes, but I paid into the system for a long time in the past and will in the future. Plus you'd better believe that I will be donating to domestic violence and mental health advocacy organizations. I already do at least a little when I can, but I know that it doesn't have to be monetary. Speaking up, raising awareness, offering emotional support to those in positions where I used to be - those all count as paying it forward too.
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