Have you ever encountered someone who seemed to be outwardly focused and fully aware of others around them? It's almost a rare quality to posses a mindfulness of others when our culture and intrinsic nature is to be focused on self. While it's a good thing to care for yourself and personal success, it's equally good to be humbly concerned with the well-being of others! Keep reading for some tangible ways to be more mindful of others.
One great way to be more mindful of others is to listen well, and not with the intention of simply responding. When in conversation, look into the other person's eyes, orient your body to face them rather than at an angle, and don't cross your arms. This will give the impression of genuine interest!