Take time out of your busy schedule to lend a helping hand. Sometimes little help goes a long way.
Actions are louder than words—If a person reaches out to you, send a quick "thank you" just to let them know you appreciate the gesture. It's true, time escapes us fairly quickly, but it only takes a second to type in two words.
Be there—Make time for family and friends. It's hard to read between the lines and sometimes silence can be a cry for help. If someone nudges you, send a quick hello back.
Listen—It's common courtesy to be a good listener, even if you disagree. Give them your full attention. Besides, isn't it nice when someone takes the time to listen to what you have to say?
The Golden Rule—Treat others as you would like to be treated. If everyone in the world went by this rule, there would be less anger and violence and lots more peace and love.
Seek the good in the bad—the faster you rid negative thoughts, the sooner you'll attract positive interactions. It's true what they say, Misery loves company.
Be polite and respectful—watch your words carefully, especially on the Internet. Just 'cause you've hit the Delete button doesn't necessarily mean it has vanished forever.
Your words, one day will be your legacy. Wouldn't you like to be remembered as a kind and thoughtful person?
What about you? What are some special qualities you admire from others?