Education » Maintaining Good manners by: Jt-unique(m) .:. Mon, 31 Dec, 2018 - 11:41:47:am GMT

We interact with a whole lot of people everyday and little politeness has to be a good thing. It's important we maintain good manners in all things. You're probably thinking that you have good manners already. Most of us believe we do. However, the more you hurry and the more stress you are under, the more manners are likely to slip. All of us, if we're honest, will admit to forgetting to properly express gratitude for something when live life hits you hard, or feeling a huge temptation to jump que at the bank. However, try in that process to show good manners.

- queuing without jostling
- not sticking your nose in where it is not wanted
- complimenting people when you need to and when they deserve it.
- keeping a promise, well this is important for me.
- keeping a secret.
- keeping basics table etiquette ( you know better, not talking with food with your mouth open, no over stuffing your mouth, no licking with knives).
- not shouting at people who get in your way.
- apologizing when you offend someone.
- be civil.
- opening the door ahead of people.
- standing back when there's a rush.
- answering when spoken to.
- not swearing or abusive
- saying good morning and such like.
- thanking people when they have looked after you or done something for you.
- be hospitable, create a pleasing environment.
- not grabbing the last piece of cake
- be courteous and charming
- offering visitors refreshments and going to the front door to say goodbye to them
- abserving manners from other communities.

No matter how many small interactions with people you have each day, don't let manners slip. They cost nothing and yet can generate so much good will and makes everyone's life that much more please.


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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Gooddypye(f) .:. Tue, 01 Jan, 2019 - 07:40:28:am GMT

That's true... Manners cost nothing but yet can generate so much good will and makes everyone's life that much more please. If any one thinks he/she has always keep a good manner. Change this words to opposite. And you will realize you have always been keeping bad manners. Do you open door ahead of people when they person is not your girlfriend? I know that's so common. And tomorrow you will throw her away. Do you say good morning first when you see others? Or you wait for them to greet you first. Am very sure as the boss man or woman. Ruling Your Own world. Nobody can control you. Nobody can talk any how to you. You can talk to anyone anyhow. You can do anything you like. We feel it's normal at times to act in such way. But it's not. You are intimidating someone. You are punishing someone. You are making someone feel rejected and wretched. It's a New Year. You can change those ways. We can change those ways. We can. Let's stop making people feel inferior. Let's stop being part of the reason why some people feel they have no reason to live with our characters. Lets not be the reason for someone tears. If they will cry. Let it be a cry for joy. It cost nothing to hurt others. It cost you nothing. So, why should we choose that. Let's amend our manners. Not abusing people because they did a little mistake. Not slapping someone badly who mistakenly stepped on your foot. Not pouring water on someone because he/she came begging. Bad manners only brings bad names. People will start seeing you as a wicked person. Some will say he is strict or she is strict. It's not cool to hear. Been strict does not portrait discipline. Been nice and friendly to everyone.

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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Piwizo(m) .:. Tue, 01 Jan, 2019 - 06:51:52:pm GMT

Good manners is considering the feelings of other people, and being the kind of person that others will like and respect, even in the bible we have something called the golden rule in matthew 7:12 do unto others what you want others to do unto you.

Good manners are more than opening doors and writing thank you notes. While opening doors for others and writing notes is nice, true courtesy goes deeper. Being polite and courteous means considering how others are feeling.

If you practice good manners, you are showing those around you that you are considerate of their feelings and respectful. You are also setting standards for others' behavior and encouraging them to treat you with similar respect.

Every culture and individual may have different rules or feelings about what is polite or is not polite. The goal of this course is to review some of the more basic and common rules of polite behavior in our society.

These rules may differ from person to person or based on situation, but there is one rule of good manners (and life, in general) that is always easy to follow - do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Dont be good because you expect others to be good towards you, dont be good because you want others to repay you, be good because it is your nature to be good, so despite the actions or reactions of your spheres of contact, you still remain good because its your identity!!!


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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Jt-unique(f) .:. Fri, 11 Jan, 2019 - 09:34:43:pm GMT

Well, sometimes it's easy to have opinions, because we all do. The problem is knowing when to them to your self and when to express them. It is also mannerism. The reason most people don't know when to keep quiet is that they think their opinion :

* counts for something
* is important
* will make a difference
* will them approval, love and attention

All of these are wrong reasons for expressing an opinion. The right reason for expressing an opinion is because you have been asked to. If you are asked, then you can say what you think. If you are not asked, then you keep quiet.

Your opinions should be priceless. You should know that and don't give it when it's not needed . Add value to your opinion and have it ready when you are being asked. Learn to express that opinion clearly and accurately. Always make it sound as if your opinion is the actual solution that will be implemented.

Say your opinions as a fact. Donnot say ''I think we should ', instead say 'we should '. Please try as much to avoid using 'I think, I feel, in my opinion. Be bold and butress your point in the most assuring way you can

**Happiness is free. **

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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Obinnaoguji(m) .:. Sat, 27 Apr, 2019 - 07:09:45:pm GMT

Words well articulated. Lack of manners has taken away opportunities from most people and they wonder what has been the cause and question their their skills, abilities and qualifications. Generally most firms, in their recruitment process pay as much attention to your manners as they do to your qualification and experiences.

A firm with a genuine custom value knows that you're employed to deal with the customers who indirectly are the reason behind the sustenance of the business. Even as an entrepreneur, the business we take charge of is a true reflection of who we are. We can totally separate our businesses from our personality. Our personal values like honesty, generosity, hardworking, and others are most times indirectly or directly reflected in our business decisions, whether or not we know it.
Our personal relationships with people are not left out as it also affect this aspect of our lives as well. We most times expect people to act in a certain way. We most times get pissed off with people that we question why they are not living a particular lifestyle. This may be the reason behind "likes attract likes" notion of today.
It is said that skills and abilities may take us to a particular place but only character can keep us there. Whether character, manner, or attitude, all point to a particular lesson of maintaining strengthening our relevance in the society.

**Obinna Oguji**

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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Velisa(f) .:. Fri, 07 Jun, 2019 - 10:56:52:am GMT

I can't tell if i ever opened door ahead of someone before. Am always in wait for the person to open the door for me.

At times, we even close the door against the person coming behind because we are in haste or lack manners.

In Nigeria... Juniors have to greet the elders first... Am sure we all know that? As it is a way of respect. So,most time the elders wait for the junior to greet 'good morning' before they reply back.

Not swearing or abusive... This does not pertain to the yoruba's. They don't care. It's their daily meal. And they will never agree they lack manners doing that cause its in their blood. But this can be corrected.

One day, i was with a friend. He was eating. He had food in his mouth and wanted to talk only for him to splash the food on my body. Many of us do this.

Talking, laughing, dancing should be excluded when eating.

I remembered i was eating with my boo one day. He said something that made me laugh, and you know what happened? In the process of laughing, i mistakenly splashed the food in my mouth on his body. Very well, he wasn't angry with me. But i felt embarrassed. But he was not the type that gets angry unnecessarily. So, he wasn't angry. But i knew right within me that what i did was bad.

This are reasons why we have to avoid cracking jokes while eating. Anything can happen.

And there is one bad something we do a lot while eating. Your mouth is stuck with food, yet you are drinking water along. Some of the particles of food in your mouth will eventually gets into the cup of water or bottle you are drinking from. This is very bad.

Chew and swallow the food in your mouth before taking water.


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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Oluwatomisin(f) .:. Tue, 16 Jun, 2020 - 07:56:08:pm GMT

It's good to have Manners but its great to have Good manners. Good manners helps a lot in the journey of life.

Manners is the way that somebody behaves towards other people. So adding Good to manners simply means the way you behaves in a good or polite way to somebody.

Good manners can be develop daily. And it's also advisable to use Good manners in our every day lives. There are ways to develop our manners.

Let's learn how to be humble and respectful. Maintaining good manners will also helps in our lives. It's not enough to have Good manners it's more than enough to know how to maintain good manners.

**Always put God first **

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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Princess(f) .:. Wed, 17 Jun, 2020 - 06:25:21:pm GMT

Having good manners means to knowing how to conduct yourself in a way that is mindful of others. Showing good manners implies that you understand and know how to wield social and communication skills with people, and demonstrating behavior that you can be proud of.

Good manners are important to make a good impression on others in everyday life. They also helps you to feel good about yourself and your identity.

If you show good manners, you are showing those around you that you consider their feelings and also respect them. You are also setting standards for other's behavior and you set a path on how they should treat you with similar respect. Good manners show the best you have to offer and encourage others to be their best in any setting.

Good manners can also be cultivated. It is advisable to choose your clothing, words and actions carefully so it doesnt violate another person right or personal space. Do not rush to make comment in any gathering Being a good listener is often better than speaking. Don't speak loudly. Always use the five magic words 'please', 'excuse me', 'sorry', "thank you', and 'pardon me'. People who lack manners do not use these terms. Do not swear to use filth language and curse words.
Maintaining good manners are really important.


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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Flora(f) .:. Wed, 17 Jun, 2020 - 07:58:03:pm GMT

Good manners are one of the most valued behavior accepted in the society today. Elders love it when younger ones show respect in one way or the other. Having good manners doesn't cost one anything.

1: Be respectful as respect is reciprocal
2: Never insult or look down on others. No matter the behavior or attitude someone gives you, never mind it just maintain your good manner
3: When you are on a queue never shunt rather maintain the line and respect others you met on it.
4: Cleanliness is also a sign of good manners, I k know you're wondering how. It's simple, we see people who eat stuffs and dispose the wrapper or something on the road which shouldn't be because it is also human beings who clean the road , respect should be given to those who try to keep the environment clean.
Good manners also ensure good health, let's try our possible best to keep our personality in the best behavbehavior.


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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Flat(m) .:. Thu, 18 Jun, 2020 - 03:49:21:am GMT

Maintaining Good Manners
Manners at times goes a long way in defining the kind of person someone is. Most people will not see you often but just once but what they tell others about you is determined by the way you were able to conduct yourself during your first contact with them. It is important that we as human must in the best if our interest always learn to comport ourselves. This is because our manners will be the basis of how far we can go in life.
What then is manner? Manner simply means the mode of action way of performing or doing anything. What then can we classify as good? Something is good when it is acted in the interest of what is beneficial, ethical, or moral. Therefore, good manners can then be regarded to mean the way of doing anything that is beneficial, ethical or moral.
It is highly expected of us to at all times maintain good manners. You see, not everyone is interested in your success i.e. not everyone is looking forward to seeing you at the top, therefore, they try at all times to look forward for your flaws so that they can broadcast that for the ward. Out of all manners that Wii need to maintain, one of the manners we need to be so much careful about is our manner of approach and communication. Will need to be seriously careful and play the cards well, because at every point in time we would come in contact with different set of people and with this we must be careful with our choice of words while communicating with them and likewise the way we approach them because that might be the last time we meet them but the memories we leave with them is what others hear from them.
In conclusion, teach yourself always, grow up in character, attitudes and in all, control your actions to situations you face.


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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Ayomide(f) .:. Fri, 19 Jun, 2020 - 05:07:58:pm GMT

Benefits of Good Manners: Having proper etiquette is essential in all aspects of life if you want others to respect you .Here are some of the many advantages of having good manners:

Being nice at home sets the stage for better behavior. Your children watch how you react to various situations, so parents need to set examples and have good manners. If you are polite to them and consistent in following proper manners guidelines, they are much more likely to do the same.

Professional manners get positive attention. Skills on the job are important, but knowing how to do the work isn't the only thing expected of you. Following the etiquette rules at work will help you earn respect and possibly even contribute to promotions and raises.

Being kind to customers increases sales. Show your customers your good manners by speaking to them politely and giving them an opportunity to express their needs, and you are more likely to earn their future business.

Treating other people with respect makes them want to be nice back to you. Whether you need help at the grocery store or you have a complaint about a product, showing good manners will make the store employees want to work with you. Holding a door for a young mom or older person can make their day much better. Smile at someone, and that just might be the bright spot in his or her day.

Driving with good manners can help prevent accidents. Road rage has never been good for anyone. Remember that all drivers make mistakes. it's up to you to maintain an even temper and avoid accidents by being aware of everything around you when you're behind the wheel.

Others will listen if you give them a chance to speak. Being a good conversationalist involves more than knowing the right words or talking all the time. The person you are speaking to will feel that you care if you take a breather and hear what he or she has to say.


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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Dynameak(f) .:. Fri, 19 Jun, 2020 - 05:21:15:pm GMT


Over time, good manner has paved way for people on to stardom. For every involvement in activities in various areas of life, courtesy is required. Courtesy is polite behavior and it is deeply rooted in the characteristic mode of acting, conducting, carrying one's self bearing habitual style.


Those five magic words from nursery school quick pick songs are the most common polite words that surface during societal interaction and those words can grant you assess when used politely and more to it is that you will be at peace with yourself there on leading an excellent life because of your politeness in relating with other people. Making courteous effort as you get involved in daily activities shouldn't be dependent on age because as a older person you might need a younger person to hand you something that's not within your reach and at that courtesy demands that you say 'please hand me that object' even if you are older than a younger person learn to request courteously and being a younger person it is will be very good for you to instill the habit of respecting older people by relating with them courteously.

The application of courtesy in societal interaction will cut down on conflicts because if for example, you bump into another person because you are in a hurry but you realized instantly and you say sorry, you will reasonably save yourself from being embarrassed publicly because the one you bumped into might be a rash talker.

**Life is a race but with God's element of grace it'll be worth while to explore His goodness. **

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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Dynameak(f) .:. Fri, 19 Jun, 2020 - 05:35:55:pm GMT

It is essential to teach a child from the beginning of the life to have good manners. Training up a child starts from the suckling stage to adulthood and it requires commitment from the parents. The bible says train up a child in the way that he should go so that when he is old he will not depart from it.

A mother can train an infant to give sign we he wants to poo so as for her to do the needful. Also, a child should be trained to talk politely to immediate family members and other people. In school, students should be trained formally on how to relate ethically with persons in the society. Failure to train a child appropriately will open up such child to a disorganized life and that wouldn't portray excellence.

Organizations should consciously train employees on work place relationship so as to increase their productivity.

**Life is a race but with God's element of grace it'll be worth while to explore His goodness. **

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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Flochords(f) .:. Sat, 20 Jun, 2020 - 03:25:37:pm GMT

Manner literarily mean one's attitude or behavior. Maintainace means ability to sustain something till the end without compromise. Good means something that is beneficial and not bad. Just defined the terms for better understanding of what we are talking about. Maintaining good manners mean sustaining one's good attitude without compromise. Good manners doesn't always just jump on someone, it is often learnt and imbibed. Good manners starts from home training of which our mothers begins to scold us when we do things that are wrong and tell us the right way to go about it, tells us what to do and how to do it rightly, etc. all that was for us to imbibe good manners. An adage says that " Even when our parents have taught us from home, we too should teach ourselves" meaning it is not limited to our parents work alone to imbibe good character in us, but we too have a role to play, by willing and being able to teach ourselves good manners and also learn from other sources available so that we can possess good manners. Good manners is very important in our individual lives because that is what we use in relating with people, that is what we use in our day to day life and relationship with people, it defines us, it defines our personality and it determines what impression people will have about you.
Be of good manners because it helps you gain favor from people, apart from beauty, good manners also attracts people to you and it also attracts favour from people to you. Don't just possess good manners only but also maintain it by putting your manners on check regularly, check each time you behave if you have behaved rightly or if you need to work on your behavior. Don't always you are there already that your behavior is already 100% perfect, you maintain good manners by always checking if you are still behaving in a good way or not, so you don't keep assuming your behavior is perfect when you are already defaulting in good manners. You can also ask people around you about your manners, if they are really good, because they are the one you are behaving it too, it is not to yourself, because your manner might be good to you, and be abd to other people, so that is the more reason why we need to always ask the people we are behaving to if they are ok with our manners, if they really like the way you are behaving towards them, and if there is a default in it,you can ask them how you can behave better than that so that your manners can improve, in that way we can continue to maintain good manners.
Good manner is a rare virtue this days because just behave irrationally this days and it is really even causing problem in our society because people just seem to behave badly and it causing more harm to the society than good. Good manners should be our aim because if everyone has good manners, the world will be a better place than it is presently. It can start with you, start imbibing good manners today and the society can begin to become a better place. Just like the adage that says that " Bad company corrupts good manners" This is very true and that is why I endure that everyone that has good manners be careful of the people they associate with so that they will not corrupt their good manners and that way good manners wouldn't be able to be maintained by the person when he is in the midst bad mannered people.

**christ's own**

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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Davzee(m) .:. Wed, 08 Jul, 2020 - 09:51:35:pm GMT

Maintaining good manners will help you in so many ways, if you are nice to people, people will want to help you. People like me I like polite and good manner people. If you are nice to me eh, anything you ask me to do for you because I like you.

If you have bad manners it will land you into troubles lot and lots of troubles, no one will want to help you whenever you need help from someone.

So if you have good manners make friends with people with Good manners. And if you have good manners don't mingle with people with bad manners. Because bad manners corrupt good people.

Try to do good so that God in heaven will bless you. God loves good people and good people in with good manners will make heaven.

So be nice, be good.

Examples of good manners
1. Honesty
2. Selfless
3. kind
4. Gentle
5. Nice
6. A cheerful giver
7. Hard working
8. Trustworthy
9. friendly
10. Patient
11. Peaceful
12. Joyful
13. Faithful etc

Let us have good manners.

Thank you.

**No doubt**

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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Azure(f) .:. Thu, 09 Jul, 2020 - 12:22:52:pm GMT

Good manners is also known as etiquette. Etiquette is the set of conventional rules of personal behaviour in polite society, usually in the form of an ethical code that delineates the expected and accepted social behaviors that accord with the conventions and norms observed by a society, a social class, or a social group.

Good manners is not only knowing when to say the magic words or knowing that farting in public is grossly wrong, it is a very principled way of living that shows onlookers that you're civil and well coordinated. Good manners or etiquette should be taught especially to children because they are the Apex of the society at some point in their lives. These are more less, morals, to be taught to them so as to represent their families properly when not under the supervision of their parents and family members. They should be taught to:

  • Put others first. ...
  • To have Polite phone protocol. ...
  • To be able to say please ..
  • Open the door for others. ...
  • Use thank you and you're welcome routinely in a conversation. ...
  • Shake hands and make eye contact. ...
  • Teach them to offer to serve people who enter your home. ...
  • Stand up when an elder enters the room.
  • Good manners are about respecting yourself and others. They will make life more enjoyable for you and for those you come into contact with. If you are well mannered others will be more comfortable in your company. People with good manners will usually make a positive impression on those around them. Here are some tips to help teach manners to your children:
    1. Model manners. If you want your child to have good manners, you must make sure you do as well
    2. Practice at home
    3. Take them out in public
    4. Give him or her the right words to say
    5. Give your youngster positive reinforcement
    6. Be patient
    7. Learn to coach
    8. Teach table manners

**We go dey alright**

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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Princessprecious(f) .:. Thu, 09 Jul, 2020 - 05:48:37:pm GMT

That's true ooo... Having good manners open ways for someone. The way you talk and the way you address people matters most. Sometimes even when I see that involving in an argument with you might cause something else, I rather keep quite and keep mute... Or i should just say OK.... it not every time we have to let people know we are right or we know how to talk....

I really love this topic.... Its helping.... Infact the way you greet people matters too..... We shouldn't greet people asif we are being forced to talk... Life isn't that way.... Thanks


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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Glamour(f) .:. Thu, 09 Jul, 2020 - 06:30:56:pm GMT

Manners means one's attitude or behavior. Good manners are about respecting yourself and others. They make life easy for yourself and those you come in contact with. People with good manners will usually make a positive impression on those around them.

Maintaining good manners means to keep ones good attitude without a compromise. We are not born with good manners, we have to learn and abide in them i.e making it a part of us.

Good manners starts from home, it should be thought from a young age, so that they can grow in it and become well mannered people.

Good manners that should be taught are:
1. To have a polite phone protocol- because you are talking to someone on the phone, doesn't mean the whole world should find out.

2. To be able to say and use the five magic words- please,excuse me, sorry, thank you and pardon me. These words can change your life entirely.

3. To be helpful to others- I remembered then in school, we were taught to always help elderly ones.

4. Respecting other people's property and their rooms.

5. Helping out in doing chores : because you are a visitor doesn't mean you can't help out with home chores.
How you can teach good manners:
Be a role model- if you want your kids to have good manners, you have to make sure that you practice good manners also. Kids are very smart and love to look up to people, so whatever you do at home is what your kids would learn.

Practice at home- sit your kids down and show that how to be well mannered.

Take them out: take your kids out in public, let them learn how to behave in public.

**God's favorite**

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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Phaithh(f) .:. Fri, 10 Jul, 2020 - 02:32:52:pm GMT


Good manner can be defined as behaving well with courtesy and politeness to show correct public behaviour to the people living in society. Some of the good manners are like polite, humble, respectful and well-cultured social behavior found in some people. A man or a woman is distinguished and recognized in the society by his/her good manners. A person is known in the society not only for his intelligence but also for his behavior and manners. Most intelligent people are haughty and lack good manners. People won't recognize you for your intelligence but for how well you approach people.


Good manners are very important in our daily and every parent must teach their children the good manners and importance of them in life. Good manners are required to create an effective interaction with friends as well as make a good impression on them. It helps us to remain positive throughout the day. We must use the magic words like "sorry", "please", "thank you", "excuse me", etc whenever required without getting late in order to maintain a happy relationship. Parents must help their kids to essentially practice such words to behave well in everyday life. These words show the feeling of sorry, happy, appreciation and respect to the people.

Good manner open the door to new conversation with people and opportunities in life. If someone talks to you with rudeness, don't talk him in his way, just talk him in your way of behaving well as rudeness creates rudeness.

Practicing good manners is necessary to be a great and noble personality in the society. It maintains the positivity in our soul and mind. Our good behavior shows our ideal force of character. We should show respect and reverence to people to create positive interaction and glorification of GOD.

**GOD is Love**

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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Ojc(E)(m) .:. Mon, 12 Oct, 2020 - 06:44:52:am GMT

Good manners are an important thing to have since it shows that you're courteous to other people. Having good social etiquette can help you develop better relationships and make you more enjoyable to be around. If you're having a meal with others, then make sure you use good manners while you're eating to show that you're respectful.
Whenever you make a request or you need to ask for something, start by saying "please." That way, it doesn't sound like you're demanding the other person to do things for you. Once someone completes the task that you asked them to do, respond by saying "thank you" so the other person knows you're grateful for what they just did.
you're getting together with someone and you haven't met before, introduce yourself by name and ask them what their name is. When they say their name, repeat it so you have a better chance at remembering it later on. Offer your hand for a handshake and use a firm grip, but not so firm that you hurt the other person.
Inappropriate language can come across as rude, especially when you use it in public conversation. Do your best to try and eliminate curse words from your vocabulary while you're talking with other people.


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   Re: Maintaining Good manners by: Gifted_Spec(f) .:. Mon, 12 Oct, 2020 - 03:45:23:pm GMT

Politeness is very difficult to find among people today, everyone just act as they so wish with courtesy being neglected. Being nice and polite wouldn't kill or reduce you in anyway,it'll only make people respect you more. Every of the things noted above are very right,I'll just add that using the popularly called 'magic words' is one of the things needed too. Those words work magic and if you do it, you're very well passing down good morals to the younger generation.
Being polite has opened doors for a lot of people, people will just love and want to associate with you for this.


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