Behavioral rules towards social activity that could unite us
Do not call the same person twice in a row. Assume they're occupied with something important if they don't answer the phone.
Return borrowed funds before the person who provided them to you forgets or seeks it. It reflects your character and honesty. Examples include umbrellas, pens, and lunch packs.
Never order the most expensive meal on the menu when someone offers you lunch or dinner.
Don't ask, 'Oh, so you haven't married yet?' 'You don't have any children, do you?' or 'Why didn't you buy a house?' Why don't you go out and purchase a vehicle? For the love of God, it isn't your problem.
Always keep the door open for anybody coming from behind. It doesn't matter if the individual is a senior or a junior. It does not make you tiny to treat someone decently in public.
If you're in a taxi with a friend and he or she pays now, think about paying later.
Different points of view are valued. Keep in mind that what you view as a 6 will look to someone facing you as a 9. Furthermore, a second opinion is a viable option.
Never interrupt someone who is speaking. Allow them to empty the container. As they say, hear them all and filter them all.
If someone doesn't seem to appreciate it, stop teasing them and don't do it again. It inspires you to work harder and expresses your thanks;
Say "thank you" when someone helps you.
Openly compliment. critique privately;
There's almost never a decent reason to comment on someone's weight. Simply state, "You look fantastic." If they want to, they'll talk about losing weight.
When someone hands you a snapshot on their phone, don't swipe left or right. What happens next is never predictable.
If a coworker tells you they have a doctor's appointment, don't ask why; just say, "I hope you're fine." Don't put them in the difficult position of having to tell you about their personal illness. They will tell you without your asking if they want you to know anything.
Treat the cleaner with the respect that he or she deserves. Nobody cares how badly you treat someone in your position, but if you treat them with respect, they will notice.
When someone is speaking directly to you, staring at your phone is impolite.
Never give advice unless you've been asked;
If you're meeting someone for the first time, wait until they exhibit an interest before asking their age or salary.
Mind your own business and stay out of it unless something directly impacts you.
Remove your sunglasses if you're talking to someone on the street. It's a considerate gesture. It is more important to maintain eye contact than to communicate, and
Never boast about your riches in front of the poor. Similarly, avoid raising your children when pregnant.
After reading an amazing message, try to say "Thank you for the message."
APPRECIATION is still the most straightforward way to obtain what you lack....