Be The Person

How can you DO Social Excellence in everyday momentary situations?

Be The Person who clicks here to find 150 answers to that question.

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Be the person in a drive-thru who buys lunch for the car behind you.

Be the person who doesn’t assume everything is okay and stops to ask if there’s any way you can help.

Be the person who forgoes their daily latte to sponsor a family’s presents during the holidays.

Be the person who gives the other half of your sandwich to the guy at the intersection that is asking for food.

Be the person who lets someone with only one item go in front of you in the grocery line.

Be the person who makes eye contact and smiles at strangers – and not because you want to go on a date with them.

Be the person who offers assistance to a colleague or classmate that’s struggling.

Be the person who over-tips on a bill when your waitress is having a bad day.

Be the person who picks up the phone to call when a friend’s texts make it clear they aren’t really “doing fine.”

Be the person who sends a thank you email/note the next day to your designated driver.

Be the person who stops a woman whose skirt is tucked in her pantyhose, before she leaves the bathroom.

Be the person who stops to help someone after they’ve just dropped the content of their purse/wallet on the ground.

Be the person who stops to tell someone they have toilet paper dragging from their shoe.

Be the person who stops to tell someone they’ve dropped something.

Be the person who takes away the keys from a friend that shouldn’t drive.

Be the person who walks up and thanks a person in uniform for everything they’ve sacrificed for you.

Be the person who always has great news to share.

Be the person who always has room for others.

Be the person who anonymously pays the restaurant bill for another table.

Be the person who appreciates the little things and shares that joy with others.

Be the person who asks a homeless woman to join you for lunch.

Be the person who breaks the ice.

Be the person who brings a few extra coupons to the store for the friends you’ll make in line at the checkout.

Be the person who buys two so you can give one to a friend (or a stranger).

Be the person who cares about important stuff.

Be the person who carries a great book.

Be the person who challenges the status quo in favor of wild dreams.

Be the person who commands attention, not demands attention.

Be the person who craves wisdom.

Be the person who does what others talk about.

Be the person who drinks slowly, eats slowly, and enjoys every taste.

Be the person who encourages others to the dance floor.

Be the person who exudes exuberance.

Be the person who families tell stories of gratitude about around their dinner tables at night.

Be the person who freely exchanges contact information.

Be the person who gathers people together.

Be the person who gets children to giggle on an airplane.

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