Skip to content
Best in others

5 Ways to See the Best in Others

How do we see the best in others? With the spin of our world as it is, it’s natural to form judgments about other people. We evaluate them based on their actions, behaviors, beliefs, and appearances. Unfortunately, these judgments can often be negative, leading us to see the worst in people and overlook their positive qualities.

However, it’s important to remember that every person has a unique story, experiences, and perspective that shapes their character. By taking the time to understand and appreciate these differences, we can learn to see the best in others.

Here are some tips to help you see the best in people:

1. Practice Empathy

Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of others. When you practice empathy, you can put yourself in someone else’s shoes and see things from their perspective. By doing this, you can better understand their motivations, fears, and desires, which can help you appreciate their unique qualities and strengths.

2. Look for the Best in Others

No one is perfect, but everyone has positive qualities. Try to focus on these qualities instead of their flaws. For example, if someone is always late to meetings, instead of being annoyed, you could appreciate their commitment to other priorities or their willingness to go the extra mile.

3. Avoid Making Assumptions

We often make assumptions about people based on our own biases and preconceptions. Instead of assuming the worst about someone, try to approach them with an open mind and give them the benefit of the doubt. Ask questions to understand their perspective and get to know them better.

4. Practice Gratitude

Expressing gratitude for the people in your life can help you see their positive qualities more clearly. Take the time to appreciate the things that others do for you, and let them know that you are thankful for them. This can help build stronger relationships and create a more positive outlook on life.

5. Seek out Diversity

Surrounding yourself with people from diverse backgrounds and perspectives can help you broaden your understanding of the world. This can help you appreciate the unique qualities that each person brings to the table and see the best in others.

By practicing these habits, you can learn to see the best in people and build stronger, more meaningful relationships. Remember that everyone has something to offer, and by taking the time to understand and appreciate others, you can enrich your life and the lives of those around you.

โญ๏ธ You Benefit Internally by Sharing Kindness Externally

Even though the world is not always a kind place, by expecting the worst or withholding kindness to others, you help create a negative cycle that feeds the human condition. There are people that choose to be negative and any level of kindness will be seen as weakness. In that environment, it’s best to surround yourself with good people.

Maybe I’m wrong, but I’d say that most people want kindness in their lives. Our world seems to be moving away from an intelligent, thought-guided society. Many make choices, or just follow others based upon how they feel.

When people feel good in your presence, they’ll want more of that and be kind to you. That’s better than the alternative.

If you struggle because of the internal thought machine that runs amuck on some days, that’s an indication that you need some calm in your life. I’ve got more articles ahead on this issue. Be sure to subscribe and stay informedย for the next series of news and resources.

Be Sure to Subscribe and Stay Informed for New Articles and Resources.

subscribe gd9bc2b039 640 e1676564042177

Do you feel like you need to calm down and de-stress? Would a little more calm and sleep help you?

Chances are, that would help us all. The new sense of calm helps cut down the noise that interferes with your being able to see people around you at their best. I use these every day. (T. Davis)


This Post Has 0 Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Back To Top