I’ve always noticed nice people with good attention. They care for others and choose to sacrifice. Here are the things that help me notice nice persons around me.
Smile. Keep it simple. Compliment all. Be a good loser. Be a good winner. Become someone’s hero. Look people in the eye. Avoid sarcastic remarks. Give people a second chance. Don’t expect life to be fair. Be patient for as long as you can. Wave at the children on a school bus. Always say the truth, even if it hurts. Don’t avoid people and if you do, tell them why. Never give up on anybody. Miracles happen everyday. Think twice before burdening a friend with a secret. Send your loved ones flowers. Think of a reason later. When someone hugs you, let them be the first to let go. Be modest. A lot was accomplished before you were born. Never waste an opportunity to tell someone you love them. Become the most positive and enthusiastic person you know. Make it a habit to do nice things for people who will never find out. Take charge of your attitude. Don’t let someone else choose it for you. Be brave. Even if you’re not, pretend to be. No one can tell the difference. Show respect for everyone who works for a living, regardless of how trivial their job. Visit friends and relatives when they are in hospital; you need only stay a few minutes. Remember that 80 per cent of the success in any job is based on your ability to deal with people. Loosen up. Relax. Except for rare life-and-death matters, nothing is as important as it first seems. Don’t allow the phone to interrupt important moments. It’s there for our convenience, not the caller’s. Remember no one makes it alone. Have a grateful heart and be quick to acknowledge those who helped you. Choose your life’s mate carefully. From this one decision will come 90 per cent of all your happiness or misery. Be bold and courageous. When you look back on life, you’ll regret the things you didn’t do more than the ones you did. When playing games with younger people, let them win once. But later, play it fair and teach them to accept defeat with grace.