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Tuesday, May 1, 2012



People will forget what you said.
People will forget what you did.





But, people will NEVER forget 
how you made them feel.





7 comments:

Anonymous said...

People will not forget how you made them feel. People have feelings and they get hurt easily. Do we need tougher skin? People forget what they ate yesterday so they will forget what you said and what you did. But remember a face and trace back how they made you feel. Depending on what was said to me, sometimes I just get over the comment. Sometimes we have a bad day.

Anita Falconetti
Comm 101-4049

Anonymous said...

sticks and stones and can break my bones, but words can never hurt me!!!

Anonymous said...

Jeff (Phoenix HUM/114) This is very true. Words are very powerful and accomplishments are rewarding. However, nothing will ever out weigh the amazing sensation of the feeling of emotion. When you touch someone with a good or bad feeling the mind, body and soul remember that for a lifetime. Be kind to one another, take time touch a persons heart with a simple good deed, it will truly last a lifetime!

Anonymous said...

True that. I dont remember all the things my ex did to hurt me, but I definitely remember how it felt. And 20 years from now I'll still be able to remember that he broke my heart.

Rebecca Johnson 4049

Anonymous said...

Because people will remember how you made them feel, it is extremely important that you communicate your message in a way that will reach a place deeper than just their ears. Preparing your statements, working through conversations before they happen, and knowing your audience are all ways to achieve this.

Michael UOP HUM114

Anonymous said...

What you say and do make people feel a certain way and therefore i dont think people will forget what you say or do.

Chris Wynn 4044

Anonymous said...

Feelings definitely last longer in relation to memory than almost anything else. We remember the good and bad times in our life, with not really remembering what we did but how we felt when we did those things.
Brent Wilson
Com101 4080