The hotel worker who cradled Senator Robert F. Kennedy’s head in the kitchen where he was assassinated in 1968 remembers the quality Kennedy had that made him like the senator.
Juan Romero delivered room service a day earlier and remembers how Kennedy looked right into his eyes and made him feel important.
It won’t be difficult to find people who believe you make them feel important in a world distracted by digital devices and self-absorption.
Feeling important is one of the best feelings we can have (or give).
It makes us special – no other words are necessary.
Just focus, gaze and sincerity.
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