==10 ETIQUETTE TIPS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT== Here are some basic etiquettes tips to help you stay poised and graceful >> 👉 Be Friendly and Polite:- If you step outside your house during the day, you’re likely to encounter people, so try to be friendly. A smile or a greeting has the potential to lift the mood of not only the person you’re looking at but yours as well. Certain words carry a tremendous amount of power when you care enough to be polite and civil to others. Add “please,” “thank you,” “you’re welcome,” and “excuse me” to your vocabulary, and you may find others responding with reciprocated kindness. 👉 Be On Time:- Avoid being late for an appointment with anyone.Being on time shows your respect for the other person. When you're late for meetings, appointments, work, get-togethers with friends, or anything else, you're forcing others to wait, which is a huge waste of their time. 👉 Be a Helper:- If you see someone whose arms are overloaded with packages, open the door. Also, if you have just entered a building and someone is right behind you, hold the door to keep it from slamming in his or her face. 👉Respect Others:- When you interact with other people, you need to respect them. Allow others to voice their opinions without argument. Respect their personal space as you would want others to respect yours. When you are in the company of someone of greater authority, show him or her proper respect. 👉 Let Others Go First:- If you can let others go first without awkwardness, then do it. This includes walking, standing in line, and driving. 👉 Hold Down the Noise:- Keep your cell phone ringer volume as low as possible. If you work in an office cubicle, be considerate of your fellow office mates by keeping your voice low while chatting on the phone. Don’t honk at other drivers unneccessarily. 👉 Eat Politely:- Everyone appreciates good table manners .Keep your elbows off the table, don’t talk with your mouth full, and avoid reaching across people to grab the saltshaker. Formal dinners have more etiquette rules, so if you’ll be going to one of those, take a little time to brush up on what’s expected. When eating in a restaurant,you need to be considerate of everyone, from others in your group to the server. 👉 Remove Your Hat:- If your hat is large and obstructs someone’s view (such as at church or in a theater), remove it. If you are on a business call or job interview, don’t risk being seen as impolite by leaving your hat on. When the national anthem is played, it’s a sign of respect to stand and remove your hat. 👉 Send a Thank-You Note:- When someone does something for you, or sends you a gift, thank the person with a handwritten note. It’s the least you can do for a person who has taken the time to think of you. 👉Introduce People:- When you are in a situation where you’re the only person who knows the other parties, take the time to introduce them. Look at the person whose name you are saying, speak clearly, and if you’re in a social setting, find something the people have in common. For example, you might say, “Amy, I’d like you to meet my friend Sally. She just got back from Italy, and since you used to live there, I thought you might enjoy talking about your experiences.” #CEPHZONE3
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