It is probably better to reserve judgement, or not judge someone at all, unless you fully understand their circumstances. Recently, a friend of mine went to purchase new glasses at her local optometrist’s office. She liked the office. It had a lot of name brand and designer frames from which to choose. When she arrived, she noticed that the optician was already helping another patient, so she looked around on her own while waiting to be helped.
As my friend waited she witnessed the transaction with the other patient from beginning to end. What she saw transpire made her think of the old adage of “don’t judge a book by its cover”! Read how the optician nearly lost the sale because she didn’t check her judgement meter in Peggy’s new blog post at The Parks Civility Group.