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Every day, make the commitment not to
Number 1: Check your phone while talking to someone. You’ve done it. You’ve played the, “Is that your phone? Oh, it must be mine,” game. You’ve tried the you-think-sly-but-actually-really-obvious downwards glance. You’ve done the, “Wait, let me answer this text…” thing. Maybe you didn’t even say, “Wait.”
You just stopped talking, stopped paying attention, and did it.
Want to stand out? Want to be that person everyone loves because they make you feel, when they’re talking to you, like you’re the most important person in the world? Stop checking your phone. It doesn’t notice when you aren’t paying attention. It’s rude.
Number 2: Let the past dictate the future. Mistakes are valuable. Learn from them. Then let them go.
Easier said than done?
It all depends on your perspective. When something goes wrong, turn it into an opportunity to learn something you didn’t know–especially about yourself.
When something goes wrong for someone else, turn it into an opportunity to be gracious, forgiving, and understanding. The past is just training. The past should definitely inform but in no way define you–unless you let it.
Whats your be better tip of the day.