Would you agree that a lot of people ask how people how they are doing, but really don’t want to know the answer? Emily Cummins recommends using body language to show that you really care when you ask someone how he/she is doing. Building meaningful relationships takes time, investment, and intentionality. She says most of all pause long enough to show you care, and remember that everyone longs to be known, valued, and heard.—Jim L. Wilson and Jim Sandell.
3 Ways to Ask Someone How They Are Doing and Actually Mean It
Building meaningful relationships with people takes time, investment and intentionality, https://vitalmagazine.com/Home/Article/3-Ways-to-Ask-Someone-How-They-Are-Doing-and-Actually-Mean-It, Accessed May 1, 2015.
1 Corinthians 10:24 (HCSB) No one should seek his own ⌊good⌋, but ⌊the good⌋ of the other person.