Mobile etiquettes and usage reflects a person’s behavior and personality
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Mobiles are good and bad. Good because it makes our life so easier, bad because our etiquettes are flying out of the window. Etiquettes are part of our civilized world, and if you think ‘what’s the big deal about bad mobile etiquettes’ and it can easily be condoned, then you are likely to be marked as someone who has no moral rectitude.
Ever since mobile usage began to grow, so did the etiquettes that came along with it. The reason why mobile etiquette matters so much is the fact that it reflects the personality and behavior of the user. We would have noticed it on our day to day lives how a person’s mobile etiquettes create an impact on us, be it their behavior, personality, attitude or civility.
Here are some of the etiquettes that make you laughable, careless or outright rude. Refrain from these and save the embarrassment.
- Ringtones/songs that sounds offensive
- Brazenly using cell phones in places where it shouldn’t be
- Shouting on cell phones making your conversation a public display
- Using foul language loudly
- Using cell phones while driving/riding
- Loud ringtones (you think you are amusing someone when it is working the other way around)
- Verbal rain. When you really annoy the peace out of the person who is close by to you.
- Texting and messaging when someone’s talking to you
- Interrupting phone calls and buzzes during an official meeting (or showing off that your are too important or busy)
- Multi-tasking—talking while you are doing some other important things. You think you look smart and stylish by doing that. 99% of the time you are not!
- Using mobile cameras and recording devices inappropriately. Well, you know what that means.
Phew! The list goes on as people’s new behaviors keeps adding to the bad etiquette list.
So, what about good etiquettes? Okay, good etiquettes won’t win you awards or make you famous; at least you will not be famous for ‘bad etiquettes’.
Psychologically speaking, through our etiquettes, we all are constantly projecting our true self totally being unaware of it. The result, your personality is an open book through your body language. To begin with it’s not hard to implement acceptable cell phone etiquettes. It is all about being aware of your surroundings and implementing right etiquettes before you are caught off guard.
The truth is it is not that easy to mask your body language; it is dumb to think you can fool people by projecting false body language. You are always noticed; and apparently body language and etiquettes are the traits that betray us the most. So, it is always essential to develop and maintain good body language and right mobile etiquettes.
The next time you pick that phone in public, be mindful of your etiquettes. Let the good etiquettes become an inherent quality of you.