Ways People In Rockford Can be More Polite
Here are a few lessons in politeness for people in Rockford.
One of the important things my parents taught me growing up was to always use my manners and be polite.
I'm not saying everyone is, but I have experienced my fair share of impolite people in Rockford. Often times, I think it's the case of being grumpy. They are just taking out their unhappiness on someone else.
If you've ever traveled to anywhere in the south, I'm sure you have noticed how nice the people are. They go out of their way to be polite. I think Rockford could take a few lessons on manners from them.
I found this great article on msn.com, that I think could be very helpful.
- "Manners Are Taught" - If the parents are rude, the kids will be too.
- "Politeness Is Key" - It doesn't matter if they are complete strangers, everyone deserves to be treated with respect.
- "Southern Charm" - Treat everyone like they are special and you'll be surprised on how they act towards you.
- "Reputation Matters" - Word will get out quickly if you don't treat people right.
- "There Are No Strangers" - You never know who you are dealing with. It could be somebody important.
- "Exchange Pleasantries" - When someone says "Hi" to you, say it back to them. Maybe even do it first.
- "Use Sir And Ma'am" - Definitely a sign of respect.
- "Be Willing To Help Out" - Don't just sit there and watch, lend a hand.
- "Home Cooking" - When is the last time you made a special home cook meal for family or friends.
- "Being Charitable" - I do think people of Rockford are very giving to charities, but it never hurts to do more.
Try doing some of these things and see what kind of difference it will make.
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