Friday, April 29, 2011

Do unto others, the best rule for....well...everything!

Flickr: Originauk Moose
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." This familiar proverb of Biblical origins is just as true in the 21st century as it was in the first century:

If you want to have followers, you need to be a follower.

If you want to have friends, you need to be a friend.

If you want people to respond to your tweets, than you should be commenting and helping others.

If you crave comments on your blog, than you should be posting comments on the blogs of others.

If you want a quick response to your emails, than you should promptly respond to the emails of others.

If you want your services to be recommended by others than you should be quick to provide recommendations for others.

If you want high quality service, then you should be providing high quality service.

If you want people to cite your work, than you should be citing the work of others. 


  1. A-men, preach it Rev. Sowash!

  2. Well said, John! I couldn't agree more. :)


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