Nowadays most people seek success and share the view that one of the things that makes you successful is when you are popular, while lowkey people don't like act up or show off, their personality displays like behavior most of the time but not all.
It’s not easy being “low key” in today’s world as the media are creating a society that values overconfidence and exuberance. By amplifying visibility they are creating new forms of invisibility to certain people.
If you know someone who is chill, simple, and doesn't really need to be in the spotlight you are really lucky.
Here are 7 truths of low-key people:
1. Low-key personalities are strong: Their business is not anyone else’s business and they like to keep it that way. They are not afraid to say something controversial if they believe in what they are saying.
2. They don’t like making people feel bad: The low-key friend takes no pleasure in making people feel bad or upset, even if you are upset with the world, they will respond to you with understanding, empathy, and sensitivity.
3. Excitement is not a frequent thing: They’re relatively calm, in most situations they would rather keep private and don’t enjoy interacting with others all that much. They don’t need to be the center of attention in order to be happy.
4. They're helpful: Low-key folks tend to be very helpful and selfless. More than anything, low-key people are deeply driven to help others.
5. They value action, not words: Low-key individuals don't really reveal much of themselves. They never blow up when they’re angry and they actually try to avoid extra attention.
6. They love themself first before anyone else: They spend quality time with themselves on a regular basis, they trust themselves completely, they know who they really are and they stay true to themselves.
7. They treat everyone the same and with respect: They don’t get offended or bothered, and they don’t force their opinions on anyone. They tend to show empathy for others and feel that it is appropriate and right to follow the norm of social responsibility.
Low-key folks have so much to offer the world, but they must first be willing to make their voices heard.