People judge us for our actions. Small acts of courtesy are not just merely empty gestures; they are thoughtful expressions that say without verbalizing how important the other is to our eyes. Fortunately, for us, courtesy is an art that is still current, and we let it manifest. We are the ones who always attach importance to small acts of kindness that make others feel special.
It is essential to realize that people are not interested in hearing about our particular philosophy of life. They are more interested in seeing how our beliefs and philosophy are working in our lives. Our actions are the reflections of our thoughts. If others know that we are healthy, happy, prosperous, and enthusiastic, they ask what we are doing to make it happen.
There is no need to preach because, as the saying goes: a gesture is worth a thousand words. Fanatics can talk about peace, love, salvation, and their great happiness in their beliefs. But all we have to do is observe their lifestyle to know how this is indeed working. If our life is a showcase of positive living, people want to know how to get on the wagon.
After others have talked about themselves, the time comes when the conversation comes to us. We have only well invested in a little patience. Of course, we avoid ending our turn by exclaiming: Enough now talk about us, tell me how much did you enjoy our last work?
When we give sincere recognition, we are mainly showing people how to love themselves more. If we notice one of their attributes that most people miss, we increase our impact and the mirror effect. It takes little imagination to compliment someone of his appearance or dress - although this is also fine - that's why creative people seek less apparent qualities.
For example, we notice someone's sense of humor or ability to attract friends. We take time to emphasize the attributes that are often overlooked by others, and in this way, we are saying that: We have seen you as a person. In this, we give one more reason to appreciate that quality and what one is.
We encourage others to increase their self-esteem and feel comfortable and safe; so they relax more and are more friendly. All this stems from the fact that to consider others well, we must first find ourselves well. Knowing what we like and what increases our self-esteem provides us with some excellent clues on how to make others feel self-confident too. When we look at the world and see goodness and beauty in everything and everyone, the world observes us with the same attitude.
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