Saturday, October 07, 2006

Life in Three Words

Have you ever noticed that some of the most important thing you can say can be said in three words. There are those three special words that you should say to your wife (I'll get back to that later), the three most important words to remember when you're trying to discuss things with your children (I Love You), the three most important words to remember when you're trying to talk to a friend (We Both Matter), the three most important words to remember when you're trying to talk to your boss (I Am Important), the three most important words to remember when you're trying to talk to an employee (You Are Important), and the three most important words to remember when you're trying to talk to a large group (Listen To Me). Three little words can convey a world of emotion. What words can you use to give your kids advice on talking to the opposite sex? “Make Eye Contact!” and “Tell The Truth!” come to mind along with “Stop and Listen”. “Be a Friend!” is also a good one. There are also some three letter statements to avoid. “I Don't Care” (when you really do), “Not My Job” (when it really is), and “Don't Bother Me” (when you know you should really listen). Which words to you say to your wife? Which three little words can you say that will carry a powerful message about your love? The words aren't “I Love You”, while it's true that those words should be spoken often, the three truly important words are: “I Was Wrong”. Using those three little words will convey a very special message. Use them wisely and use them well.

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