Be Gracious In Manner, Humble In Tone, And Thankful For What Is Given.
Being gracious, humble and thankful are all characteristics of a true gentleman, but more importantly, a good person. All of these should come natural and not forced but there’s always, always room for improvement.
Being gracious starts with what you already possess. Manners are generally a set of rules. Graciousness demands that you have time for others. A gracious person doesn’t dwell on themselves. So, listen, pay attention to details, take action.
Be humble. Don’t let pride or arrogrance take over. Be modest, no matter how successful you become. Always remember where you came from. Things can always be worst.
Be thankful. Always express gratitude and appreciation no matter what. People don’t owe you anything so when they express gratitude, be appreciative for it.
These characteristics are essential to being a true gentleman, but more importantly, just being a good person in general.