The Law of Compensation seems to apply directly to relationships. This law says that you get out what you put in, and the more you put in, the more you get out. The more things that you do for other people, the more things other people will want to do for you.When you offer to help or serve others, they will want to help or serve you. What goes around comes around. Whatever you sow you will eventually reap.
We have entered into the era of the "go-giver" rather than just the go-getter. Each person has a deep desire to reciprocate in his or her relations with others. We want to even things up when anything nice has been done for us. We want to pay people back for any kindnesses or favors. We don't want to feel that we are obligated to another. Nowhere is this principle more important than in relationships.
There are many people who think that the key to success is to get around other successful people and then to exploit this relationship. This strategy seldom works. It is much better for you to become the kind of person that other people want to be around.When you go to work on yourself and become a better person, better people will want to associate with you.This is the indirect way.
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