Winning with People . The Lens Principle: Who we are determines how we see others. The Mirror Principle: The first person we must examine is ourselves The Pain Principle: Hurting people hurt people and are easily hurt by them.
Winning with People The Lens Principle: Who we are determines how we see others. The Mirror Principle: The first person we must examine is ourselves The Pain Principle: Hurting people hurt people and are easily hurt by them. The Elevator Principle: We can lift our recruits up or take them down in our relationships The High Road Principles We go to a higher level when we treat others better than they treat us
The Exchange Principle: Instead of putting others in their place, we must put ourselves in our place • The Learning Principle: Each recruitwe meet has the potential to teach us something. • The Charisma Principle: People are interested in the person who is interested in them. • The Number 10 Principle: Believing the best in our recruitsusually brings the best out of our recruits. • The Confrontation Principle: Caring for people should precede confronting people. Winning with People cont’d 2
The Bedrock Principle: Trust is the foundation of any relationship. • The Situation Principle: Never let the situation mean more than the relationship. • The Bob Principle: When Bob has a problem with EVERYONE, Bob is usually the problem • The Foxhole Principle: When preparing for battle, dig a foxhole big enough for a recruit • The 101 Percent Principle: Find the 1% we agree on and give 100% of our effort. Winning with People cont’d 3
The Celebration Principle: The true test of relationships is not only how loyal we are when friends fail, but how thrilled we are when they succeed. • The Boomerang Principle: When we help others we help ourselves • The Friendship Principle: All things being equal, people will work with people they like; all things not being equal they still will • The Partnership Principle: Working together increases the odds of winning together Winning with People cont’d 4