Everybody does the big things. When you’re out to eat, the server will bring your food. When you’re at the post office, the postal worker will mail your package. The big things are a prerequisite to any job, relationship, or experience.
The big things should be the least of your worries.
You’ll get the food out so to speak, usually without much effort. But your attention to detail and the small things, make the difference. Helping out a fellow “server” or complimenting a customer’s cute child will make an expected experience a remarkable one.
- Do the little things to sky-rocket your like-ability.
- Do the little things to show you have confidence.
- Do the little things to increase your perceived competence.