Truckcast #43: Choosing Civility


So I recorded this in three parts. Part one was before doing some work. Part two was recorded after leaving that work, and was hands down the greatest Truckcast ever recorded. It was full of wisdom and humor and insight, it was also deleted at some point. Part three was recorded days later and shows signs of not actually tying in with part one very well. Then parts one and three were stitched together and presented to you as a final product. Enjoy.
Choosing Civility

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The Truckcast: Choosing Civility mp3 — duration: 42:23

The Twenty-Five Rules of Considerate Conduct

The 25 Rules of Considerate Conduct

  1. Pay Attention
  2. Acknowledge Others
  3. Think the Best
  4. Listen
  5. Be Inclusive
  6. Speak Kindly
  7. Don’t Speak Ill
  8. Accept and Give Praise
  9. Respect Even a Subtle “No”
  10. Respect Others’ Opinions
  11. Mind Your Body
  12. Be Agreeable
  13. Keep it Down (and Rediscover Silence)
  14. Respect Other People’s Time
  15. Respect Other People’s Space
  16. Apologize Earnestly
  17. Assert Yourself
  18. Avoid Personal Questions
  19. Care for Your Guests
  20. Be a Considerate Guest
  21. Think Twice Before Asking for Favors
  22. Refrain from Idle Complaints
  23. Accept and Give Constructive Criticisms
  24. Respect the Environment and Be Gentle to Animals
  25. Don’t Shift Responsibility and Blame