"The greatest compliment that was ever paid me was
when one asked me what I thought, and attended to my answer."
Henry David Thoreau – American author, poet, and philosopher
OVERVIEW - The key to getting along with all kinds of people is to hold back or neutralize your personal reactions and focus on others first. Being savvy is working from the outside in. Then, interpersonal savvy becomes having a range of interpersonal skills and approaches and knowing when to use what with whom. The outcome is ease of transaction where you get what you need without damaging other parties unnecessarily and leave them wanting to work with you again.