Being Nice Or Rude

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What do you think works? Being Nice to People or Being Rude?
In the long term kindness really does works, even where you might not expect to. For example I used to be attacked by someone in a gaming trading forum and my kindness coupled with my persistent let's just say taught that "genius" a lesson or so. :smiley:
 

TheWhiteNinja978

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In the long term kindness really does works, even where you might not expect to. For example I used to be attacked by someone in a gaming trading forum and my kindness coupled with my persistent let's just say taught that "genius" a lesson or so. :smiley:
Not sure the same thing applies when your dealing with a bully.
 

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Not sure the same thing applies when your dealing with a bully.
It does as he was a bully to me personally and attacking my old brand at the same time. :(

But as I mentioned because I didn't "give up" on the things he said he had given up once I "gave him a taste of own poison". While remaining professional to him and the public to keep my PR on the up and up. :smiley:
 

jyy

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Kindness is normally good, but being too kind is sort of fruity, especially with say, your brother or close friends. Anyway, being too kind also might not work when you're a boss or teacher. However, though, there is a time and place for it.
 

xXInfectedXx

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In the long term, it's easier to be nicer than rude to someone. It's simple, just by smiling, showing empathy and emotions towards others, respect, being positive; not negative in life situations, sharing is caring, and be nice! It's easier to be nice than horrible to a friend or relative , statistics have shown this.