The way we behave in public express our culture. Did you ever wonder how the British people can be so good at their queuing skills? Maybe they like the feeling of being all lined up.
Waiting in a line can annoy you sometimes, but generally, it depends on your purpose of being in the queue, queue's design and even on where you are standing.
We practice queuing from our primary school itself, and as we grow up, we need a well-mannered queue everywhere in the society, whether it is a queue at the train platform, at a grocery store or a ticket counter.
Do you know that if you are in a long queue, you will get in sooner than expected as compared to standing in a group?
There are usually two types of queues-lines and free-form. In the lines type of queue you just need to join the tail of the queue and move forward. But in Free-form queues like the queues at barber shop you need to observe the pattern of people coming after you and the person who came before you.
Tips that can help you to be cool in the queue:
Hopefully, this will help you in mastering the queuing skills. So just keep queuing with Q-Managers.