How to Assume the Best About People

Do you know how to assume the best about people, or do you frequently find yourself assuming the worst?

Today, I’d like to share with you an easy tip to help you assume the best in people, even when they do things to irritate or annoy you. This way of thinking has drastically shifted how I interact with people in the world, and I hope it helps you just as much as its helped me.

XO, Andrea

Law of Attraction Educator

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    Bobby
    Posted April 25, 2017 1:55 pm 0Likes

    I love this video! Not always the easiest thing but I have gotten tremendous at this. I have positive expectations of people and my experiences with people are almost always positive. I am going to master this though. They tease me in a good way at work because I am a customer favorite and the people gravitate towards me the most, even the ones who other people cant stand. I attribute this to my expectations of people.

    I am reading the book you recommended “Ask and it is given” and it is taking me a bit of time. Admittedly, because I am not reading as much as I COULD but I also find that I need to read and retain. See I could read an entire book in a day but I wont understand WTF I just read and that’s pointless. Anyways today I read in (I believe chapter 11) about dominant thoughts. Ive been keeping a gratitude journal for a little over a year now because I read “The Magic” and that was a requirement to optimize the experience. After I finished reading I kept it up for I always loved the concept and joy it brings me. After a few months though (not a daily writer in it, although I can be it really depends … sometimes I write in it multiple times a day sometimes I don’t write for a week) — ANYWAY I found that gratitude just became a way of life. I just always use gratitude to appreciate every moment even the bad ones I try to focus on whats good about the moment to appreciate. It has transformed from a concept, to a dominant thought of mine. Which the reason I am sharing this is because I mentioned in my prior paragraph about mastering the art of assuming the best of people.

    We can master anything!

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    Andrea Schulman
    Posted April 25, 2017 4:58 pm 0Likes

    I can see how you are a customer favorite Bobby…you know how to draw out the best in people. I am so glad you got that book, and by all means read it at the right pace for you. I love that one, so much great stuff in there! <3 <3 <3

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    jenn
    Posted April 30, 2017 4:12 pm 0Likes

    I have a real problem with my neighbors. One likes to shoot guns, the other rides a loud 4-wheeler. Its loud, annoying, and I can’t seem to make an excuse for them. I try… this is their way of blowing off steam, or having fun. but.. its so inconsiderate. I’m trying, but usually I just have to put on headphones so I dont hear it anymore.

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    Andrea Schulman
    Posted May 1, 2017 10:05 am 0Likes

    I think “tuning out” is a better approach if it has become a serious annoyance. Instead of trying to think positive in this situation I would just do my best to accept the current situation with as little annoyance as possible to slow the momentum of the irritation <3

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