“Real strength entails being considerate and supportive of people’s feelings.” —Mary Kay Ash
What does CONSIDERATE mean?
The definition of CONSIDERATE is being careful not to cause inconvenience or hurt to others and showing careful thought.
Being considerate is not always easy and as we begin Day 7 of our KINDolutions challenge practicing being considerate will play a BIG PART in how you participate.
Life can often occur like it is going by so fast, that we are so busy going from one task to the next. When we are rushing through our days it is easy to forget things, especially taking the time to be with the people we love. When we are so caught up in our lives that we do not take the time to spend quality time with family and friends it can leave us feeling disconnected and it can leave our friends and family feeling unimportant.
When you are considerate it makes the world a better place to live in because it makes people feel loved and respected. When you really give others your time and attention they feel that you care. And remember, that in order for you to be kind, it is important to always consider other people’s feelings in everything you do.
At www.idareu2bee.com, we believe that if we take the time to practice being a considerate person, it improves our ability to be responsible for all our actions, especially when we have thoughts about saying or doing something that might hurt someone’s feelings. When we are considerate it allows others to feel included and accepted, and most of all will always guide you in the right direction towards building your kindness superpowers.
Today we challenge you to do a KINDNESS ASSESSMENT. The assessment is simple and at times you may struggle, yet this is where your MIGHTY COURAGE kicks in.
Do not give up, do not give in because building your kindness superpowers will have you win!
Get Ready, Get Set and GROW forward with your GIGANTIC KIND HEART.
KINDNESS ASSESSMENT DAY 7
- Are you willing to practice paying attention to when you are not being considerate of other people’s feelings, and when your words or actions impact them in a hurtful way?
If YOU ANSWERED YES, GREAT! Scroll down to STEP 2.
If YOU ANSWERED NO, stay right here and ask yourself this question.
Why are you NOT willing to pay attention when you are not being considerate towards other people’s feelings?
Think about what you may be avoiding in being responsible about being considerate towards others. This is not easy to do, yet we encourage you to write your answers on a piece of paper or in your journal.
- Write on a piece of paper or in your journal examples of when you were not being considerate with others and then explain how you think it may have hurt their feelings.
- Write out how being considerate can make you a kinder person.
NOW make today the start of practicing being considerate and witness how people will want to spend more quality time with you and how it can really improve your confidence.