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The man we were meeting with started talking about his venture, and as I was listening I noticed the woman tearing the lids and sides off the boxes. When she was done, the untouched slices of avocado toasted sat on a bed of cardboard, out in the open for us to share. Keeping this in mind, here are 12 little things that show people you're intelligent--without you having to say it. If you are late, you are disrespectful. It doesn't matter the circumstance--unless the other party is luckily in the same boat both of you enduring the same traffic. But still, it's always best to be the one on time.
Being overdressed is the same issue as being underdressed, except you're probably a lot less comfortable. But they still highlight the same issue: you didn't do enough due diligence to figure out what would be appropriate to wear. Something as simple as, "I got you black, no cream, because I remember you telling me you didn't drink dairy," can turn someone into your best friend. When I was growing up and walking beside my mother, every door we would approach she would stand in front of and wait.
How you keep your space shows others what speaks to you. What motivates you. What interests you, and what you believe is worth looking at on a daily basis. Your style of shoes say a lot about you, as a person.
They are one of the few things a person can wear that is clearly representative of their personality. For example, someone could be wearing old jeans and a t-shirt, but with nice shoes, you immediately classify them as someone who is deliberate. An unintelligent restaurant server will try to impress you by not taking out their notepad to jot down your order.
An intelligent server will realize they have far more to lose than they do to gain by taking this risk, and will make notes as needed. The same goes for just about anything in life. Why risk your friend's pickup order? Why risk your boss's coffee request? Why risk losing your business partner's ideas from the meeting? But imagine someone looking at a clean, well-organized desktop with a handful of clearly labeled folders.
I'm all for enjoying yourself, but how you spend your money is a very clear reflection of your values as a person. The activities you call your own are arguably the most powerful indicator to your priorities as a person. Do you spend your time working on yourself? Or do you squander it trying to remain distracted from the things that truly matter?
What you eat and how you prioritize taking care of yourself says more about you than you might realize. It shows what matters to you instant gratification or long-term health. It shows discipline, consistency. And it speaks volumes about the relationship you have with yourself. Who we associate with speaks volumes about our outlook on life, our beliefs, our goals, and what we find most important in life. Top Stories. Top Videos. Getty Images. I was at a breakfast meeting the other day. My first thought was, "How are we going to share avocado toast in those boxes?
I immediately chalked her up as being a smart person, and someone I would enjoy working with. Whether we realize it or not, our actions say much more about us than words do. We judge each other based off the way we act, not the way we say we act. Take the time to understand where you're going and what the expectation is.
If you can recall the small stuff, people will think fondly of you forever. Such a small act, with any human being, shows your willingness to put others before yourself. Ever walk into an office, or someone's home and think, "Wow, this person must be fascinating. Taking notes shows you would rather things get done, and done right. If there are files everywhere, that's a clear you're disorganized and out of sorts. This can say a lot about you--whether you always realize it or not. If you want to meet the right people, hang around the right people.
And if you want to improve yourself, spend time with people who value self-improvement. Sponsored Business Content.Intelligent female associate
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