Lisa’s Top 20 Life Lessons (aka Lisa-isms) | Golden Rules Gal

Date
Sep, 21, 2021
  1. Be a Resource For Others. You don’t need to create a resource guide to help others. However, one resourceful act will do.
  2. Be Kind, so You Never Have to Rewind. We have all learned this the hard way.
  3. Be Nice to People on the Way up Because You Might Need Them on the Way Down. If you’re looking for a job, I bet you can relate.
  4. Behave a Bit Better Than What Is Asked of You. Go above and beyond to make a lasting impression.
  5. Choose Kindness; It Costs Nothing. Kindness leads to many happy moments that money cannot buy.
  6. Do Nice Things for Others Without Expecting Anything in Return. Your return on investment will be much greater without great expectations.
  7. Dress a Bit Better Than What Is Asked of You. Always dress to impress; start with yourself!
  8. Everyone Has a Mouth. When You Open It, You Are Telling the World Who You Are.  Smile, you’re on candid camera.
  9. Follow Your Intuition and the Right Choice Will Follow. It may be just a “feeling,” but go with it. It never disappoints.
  10. Knowledge Is Power. Its origins are biblical, and yes, powerful.
  11. Never Assume Anything. Or you could make an “ass” out of you and me.
  12. Nothing Is by Accident. It may look like an accident, but nothing ever is.
  13. Sharing Is Caring. If you know something that will help someone else, pass it on. They look good and you look good.
  14. Stay In Your Own Lane Unless It Affects You. The swimmers have it right!
  15. The More You Know, The More You Owe. So pass it on to someone who may not.
  16. Treat Others The Way You Want to Be Treated. The Golden Rule lives.
  17. We Get When We Give. I sound like a broken record, but I truly believe in the golden rule of doing for others and getting a great return.
  18. What You Say and How You Say It Speaks Volumes. Our voice tells us so much about ourselves and others.
  19. When You’re Nice to People, They’re Nice Back. Yes,  it’s that simple.

Good Manners Don’t Cost a Dime, but Bad Ones Can Be Costly!

Lisa Grotts

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