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Do compliments mean more to you if they are said directly to you, or if they are said to someone else, who then passes them on to you?
Matt has a class this semester with my absolute favorite instructor. During class last night, the instructor told Matt that he had the best possible tutor he could ever ask for living in his house. One of the other girls laughed and said "She shouldn't be able to tutor him! Unfair advantage!" At that point, the instructor told them, "You would all go talk to her and ask her about tutoring right now if you want to do your best. In the seven years I've been teaching she is the best student I've ever had! No one else even compares!"
WOW! A compliment like that would have made me feel really good it he'd made it to me, but the fact that he is saying that to other students. Yep, I'm pretty proud of myself. The fact that it comes from my favorite instructor makes it even more special!