Are you a Considerate Person?
Sometimes we get so caught up in ourselves that we forget to keep other people in mind — but being thoughtful and considerate of other people benefits you both, and you will definitely make more friends along the way! Here are some habits of extremely considerate people to pick up and use daily:
They put themselves in other people's shoes.
They recognize their own imperfections — and embrace them!
They open the door for people instead of barging through it first.
They try to make people feel comfortable in awkward situations.
If someone looks great, they tell them! Why not?
They think first and speak second (and avoid plenty of foot-in-the-mouth situations because of this).
They perform small acts of kindness, just because they can, not because they feel they should.
They avoid judging other people. You don't know what they are going through.
They try to keep things positive, even (or especially) in difficult situations.
They're good listeners.
They share what they have, even if it's not much.
If someone is sad, they try to cheer them up.
They throw in a few extra dollars if the bill comes up short at a group meal.
They smile at everyone.
They try to leave people better than they found them — not