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Two Magical Words That Expand and Improve Interactions

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Magical Words for Great Interactions and People Skills

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As you read the title of this post, you might immediately think of please and thank you as the two magical words for great people skills.  While they are critical for positive interactions, there are two magical words that supersede them by having an impact from just thinking them!

What do you think the two magical words are?

Click to reveal the two magical words their impact on teamwork, collaboration, and innovation.

From my professional experience to your success,
Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™

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4 Responses to “Two Magical Words for Best 21st Century People Skills | #peopleskills”

  1. Brock Patterson says:


    Awesome post. What if? The possibilities are endless. Very inspiring.


    • Kate Nasser says:

      Hi Brock,
      Those two words “what if” have gotten me through very tough times and also inspired me when the good times returned. They have given me a new way to live. So glad that you found it inspiring as well. If you are on Twitter, please let me know. Would love to “follow” your posts there as well.
      Thanks and best regards,

  2. skip bieber says:

    Another great post Kate!

    I’m not sold on “what if” being magical BUT these two words are diffently engaging and imaginative. People like Walt Disney often said “what if” and his Disney parks are still considered the bench mark of both customer service & empowering their employees

    I just hope “what if” doesn’t get lumped into workplace expressions to bury 🙂

    keep up the good work


    • Kate Nasser says:

      I hope the same Skip. It won’t if the workplace doesn’t try to package it and feed it to everybody in signs, presentations, etc… It’s something leaders can model for their teams and each person comes to see the value in a real way — not a “new them” way.

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