The Daily Telegraph - Saturday - - Wellbeing -

At lunch, talk to ev­ery­one and sit with those who’ll do you the most good.

Prac­tise say­ing ‘‘Well done, I thought what you did was mar­vel­lous’’ and let­ting other peo­ple think your ideas are theirs.

Stop be­ing so crit­i­cal. No one wants to hear that you think your de­part­ment is rub­bish. Think Dis­ney’s Bambi: ‘‘If you can’t say some­thing nice, don’t say noth­ing at all.’’

Re-read Enid Bly­ton – her books can tell you a thing or two about be­ing the most pop­u­lar in the school.

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