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Not a super “hot” topic, but very important nonetheless, and in my estimation, lacking considerably in many scenarios, much of the time.

Consider this >> CONSIDERATION… not meant in the sense of thinking about something, but as in being considerate. As in thinking of others before ourselves.

*Considerate (adjective) = being aware of and respecting other people’s feelings; having or showing regard for others; thoughtful (dictionary.com).

Contrary to [some] popular belief, it DOES pay to be considerate. Here are five advantageous reasons:

1) Others will respect you more, personally and professionally, because of your ability to practice what you preach.

2) This respect will multiply the people who want to be around you because you’re generally more likable.

3) This better positions you socially which improves your personal and professional networking and advancement opportunities.

4) It’s polite and proper etiquette.

5) It’s contagious…

Despite how you may be feeling at any given moment, consider others’ feelings when you interact with them. Smile; listen; be nice; and be considerate. >> Always strive to be more kind than you feel. It starts with each of us individually. We all contribute to our culture. Imagine the possibilities if everyone committed to this every day…

Stay tuned-in…


 

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Tom Leu, MS/CPC is a Professional Speaker & Photographer, Communichologist™, Writer, & Radio Host. A National Speakers Association member, Tom talks shiFt™ challenging audiences to "see things" differently... literally through lenses, and figuratively despite filters.

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