Skout just recently conducted a fascinating survey that was about how people perceive kindness in their lives. The basic principle behind their survey was to get an idea of how we as a society feel about doing or receiving random acts of kindness. The reason behind the survey was to celebrate the International Random Acts Of Kindness Week. Skout wanted to remind its users about this week of kindness, and they wanted to share with the world how kindness is still relevant and important in our busy lives. Even when we are busy and on our phones all the time we can still find a few minutes to be kind to a stranger. We’ll talk more about the survey results that we published on Uloop’s website, and we’ll discuss what it’s like to use Skout to make friends.
Survey Results Are In
The survey results were published on Uloop’s website in hopes that the rest of the world would see how important kindness is to all of us. Kindness makes us feel special. If you see a random act of kindness taking place in front of you, it makes you feel like doing something kind for someone else. We see it, and we want to be part of it. Kindness feels nice to do as well. Have you ever committed a random act of kindness for a stranger?
The survey from Skout indicated some interesting facts about our society that you may not have already known. The survey group consisted of approximately 2,700 individuals out of the millions of people that use Skout to network and make new friends. The majority of the people surveyed for this project were college students, so keep in mind how busy and possibly stressful their lives are when you read the survey results. The survey results showed that 93 percent of the users in the project had already done something kind for a stranger without planning it out.
Skout is a great way to make friends and other relationships by using a simple application on your phone. It is available in the Google Play store for Android, and you can also get it in the Appstore for iPhone users. Join Skout, and promote kindness every day of the year with your thoughtful words and actions. Here’s the link to Uloop’s article about Random Acts Of Kindness Week.
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