THE HABIT OF MAINTAINING EYE CONTACT
When talking to someone, you must make them feel like they have all your attention. This makes the other person trust you and share details with you. In order to understand completely what the other person is sharing with you, maintaining eye contact is very important. It tells that you are not distracted or neglecting their issues. Having comfortable eye contact also communicates confidence.
THE HABIT OF NOT COMPLAINING
No one likes to be around people who are constantly complaining about something or the other. Picking on every petty issue is not a good habit. Fretting over minuscule things makes you look pathetic. Everyone has certain annoying elements to face, but it is very refreshing to be with a person who does not concern himself/herself with minor problems which will eventually go away. Remember, by indulging in petty problems you give them existence.
THE HABIT OF TREATING OTHERS WELL
Gone are the days when people thought bullying others was a show of power. There is nothing more attractive than a person who knows how to make people feel special and appreciated. In times when everyone is engaged in their own motives or the virtual world, it is very nice to spot someone who can make time for others or help them without fretting. Being polite and nice never goes out of fashion!
THE HABIT OF BEING HYGIENIC
Look presentable. Now this is not exactly related to looking expensive or flaunting your things. But one must be clean and hygienic. It is very repulsive to be with a person who is not wearing clean clothes or just shows up with previous day’s makeup. And have a bath daily. Smelling fresh in quite in!
THE HABIT OF BEING FLEXIBLE
This relates to being more tolerant. It is not wise to be stubborn all the time. If making small adjustments here or there eases things up for someone, then there is no harm in doing it. Don’t try to have your claim over every little thing. That is what kids do, not adults. Only secure people can be flexible. Insecure ones tend to be more rigid and intolerant of other people’s opinions or suggestions