By Jeff Damulira
I have written about the previous post on how Henry Kissinger became a highly effective secretary of the state during Nixon administration; although, he didn't get along with Nixon, but he was meddling in every aspect of the administration. For example, Henry Kissinger massively contributed to the process of policy making and Nixon could change the operation of the policy, but the initial ideas of policy were shaped with Kissinger's involvement. However, my perspective of Kissinger's involvement of Nixon's administration, applies to all aspect in dealing with others; because the more we become involved in helping others— the more valuable we become. Therefore, others will feel sense of being indebted to our service, which will maximise the lasting sense of partnership and mutual satisfaction. Although, this could happen in relationship, projects or work and something may interfere in the long run; but you will always feel a sense of regret or guilt-- if you happen to split up with someone who has contributed a lot to your agenda, interest or enterprise and it may become a hard process to replace a highly valuable person in your life.