Improving behaviour: how to do it?

It is very important to know how to behave in public. Whether you are at a business meeting, with colleagues or friends, some behaviour is not appropriate. To help you find out what the ideal behaviour is, we have put this guide at your disposal. Read it carefully. It will give you something extra.

Identifying bad habits or attitudes

You already know right from wrong. To improve your behaviour, the first thing you need to do is to identify those bad attitudes. If you are having trouble finding yourself, you can check here. Once you have identified these attitudes, set goals for yourself to achieve at any cost. Be honest with yourself and point out anything you are doing wrong that is not good for your group's development. Radical self-evaluation is needed here. In this way you can find out what you need to change so that you are no longer a laughing stock to your colleagues. But do you really know why you want to improve your behaviour? Is it out of compulsion? Is it on purpose?

Knowing the reason for improving your behaviour

If you know the reason why you want to improve your behaviour, change will be easier for you. This motivation makes it easier for you. It gives you the impetus to move from imperfection to perfection. There are many reasons why people choose to improve their behaviour: To see yourself as much more responsible To make your company evolve To create respect between you and your friends and colleagues To stop looking ridiculous The source of motivation is individual at this level. Everyone has their own reasons for wanting to change their behaviour.

Practice the exercises needed to improve behaviour

You have just identified the preliminaries that should in principle push you to improve. Each day, sit down and imagine in your head all the things you do wrong to others. Ask yourself what you need to do from now on to stop hurting the next person. Abstinence is the key to achieving a real change in behaviour. You must learn not to respond systematically to the provocations of those around you. In any situation, remain calm and serene. Take the upper hand in everything by remaining silent. If necessary, simply remove yourself from the situation. As soon as the opponent is peaceful, approach the person concerned and reproach him or her as simply as possible. The reproach should be made in a polite way to avoid a conflict. Never do to the other person what you do not like them to do to you.