1. You are not a know-it-all.
You don’t jump into conversations and act like you know everything. You listen to other people and ask appropriate questions. You tend to make people feel good about themselves. People find themselves gravitating to you for advice or just small talk.
2. You mind your own business.
You aren’t a snob but you generally don’t give your input where it is not needed. It is quite annoying when people eavesdrop on conversations and provide their opinions when they aren’t invited to do so. You know when you are needed and when it is a good idea to keep a low profile.
3. You don’t hold grudges.
You let things go especially when the argument is inconsequential. You have learned over time to be the bigger person which makes you win people’s admiration. You are not a pushover because you let people know what they have crossed the line but you also don’t hold it against them in the long run.
4. You are patient.
You give people opportunities, room to grow, and space to inherently make mistakes. You know that everything in life has a learning curve and you give people around you a chance to grow into themselves. You are often the person people come to for help if something isn’t working.
5. You notice the good things about people.
You are able to see the good in people and focus more on it than on the bad. You are able to capitalize on the good things and people feel appreciated around you. People often see you and they smile genuinely because they are happy to see you.
6. You don’t jump into conclusions.
There is nothing more annoying than someone who doesn’t know all the facts forming an inappropriate or unfair conclusion. You take in the details and weigh all the facts. That way you don’t come of as unfair or biased. You take time to analyze issues before making premature conclusions.
7. You are genuine.
You are not phony and you also don’t entertain fake people. You give constructive criticism and people often come to you when they have an issue they need to resolve because they know you genuinely care about them. When people need your help they know they can count on you to provide adequate support.
8. You are generous.
You are not stingy with good things. You are the type of person who brings snacks to office from the places you have been on vacation. If there is something you can do to help someone you find a way to extend yourself. You help when needed without being overbearing.
9. You are a confidant.
You can be relied on to keep people’s secrets. You do not betray confidences and people trust you. You know how sensitive information can be and you are keen to ensure that you don’t let the people that trust you down.