This week’s five AHAs are from the AHAbook™, I’m Sorry! Please share this url “aha.pub/ImSorry” in your social media status update to let your friends know about it.
Many people find apologizing very difficult. For some, it is a sign of weakness. Interestingly, others do not see it as weakness at all but rather the “responsible” or “right” thing to do. Others also say it is a sign of strength or maturity.
A single misunderstanding, quarrel, or infraction could save or end whatever relationship is at stake, be it marital, parental, or business. So, make a difference and extend your sincerest apology by saying “I’m Sorry” in the language that the person knows and understands.
This AHAbook contains more than 100 translations of the apologetic phrase “I’m Sorry!” Here are five translations. Why don’t you go directly to the AHAbook and share more of them on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or G+:
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