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good personal habits
- take a shower / bath everyday
- get a haircut every two weeks
- wear a deodorant and have breath mints handy
- be organized – carry a big notebook in your bag and a pen in your pocket
- be early or before time – nobody likes to waste their time
- comb your hair daily – trim your ear’s and nose’s hair
- when you see someone following you (and not tailgating in the office), hold the door for them
- when you see someone coming behind you, hold the elevator for them
- keep an arm’s length from people – don’t measure it ☺ . don’t invade their personal space
- polish your shoes daily
- get vitamin d daily – go out in the sun
- take a small walk after lunch and dinner – will help in digestion of food
- don’t multi-task – it is not useful
- complete the difficult tasks / ugly tasks first. makes the rest of the day easy
- manage your time in 15 minute increments. see where it is going and then ration it
- zone your time – have uninterrupted times ( one to two hours) where you don’t get interrupted – concentrate on that one task in hand and finish it. take a 10 – 15 minute break between tasks.
- have yearly , quarterly , monthly , daily goals
- prepare the to do list the previous day – the most important things first
- don’t pick your teeth or nose in public
- don’t interrupt someone – let them finish what they are saying and then add your thoughts
- be humble – there is a lot we don’t know – there is so much to learn from other people
- be grateful – if you have a roof on your head, water to drink, food to eat, money in your bank, a job – you are better than 80 % of the other people.
- practice random acts of kindness
- give to charity, a person in need
- donate online to charities like ketto.org – it is a crowd funding platform to give to people in need
- if your company has a scholarship fund for the needy children, contribute to it, a small amount by a large number of people will make a big difference.invest in a good quality wardrobe – they will last longer and be cheaper in the long run
- always wear a watch – it shows people you value time.