Not in interactions like that, but more in actual actions. Whenever someone tries to say "well we've been waiting in line for an hour already, we don't want to have wasted an hour" or the classic "we don't want all the soldiers to have died in vain". I try to explain that the hour and the soldiers are already in the pot, they're not ours anymore. The options are simply spend more time/soldiers for a result or don't spend anything for nothing. Mostly it's just decision-making, and the fact that poker would really help peoples' decision-making skills in life in general.
But the thing that reminds me of it the most is for example there are two ways to leave our neighborhood. One has a light and we turn right at it but there's no right turn lane so if there's a car in front of you you have to wait for it to turn. The other way's just a stop sign but it's a bit longer in terms of distance. So it's rush hour and we left because at least when the light turns we can go, but we find out that it takes multiple light changes to get through. My parents will say something to the effect of "should have taken the other way". I'll be thinking "why? We made the best choice given the information known". Dealing with downswings in poker where there's real money
involved has also helped immensely on RL days where nothing seems to go my way. I honestly think poker has helped me a lot in real life. It's helped me to keep a cool head when things just can't seem to go right and it has helped with my decision-making.
This is why I don't understand when so many people are against underage gambling. Obviously if they're too young to understand probability or the value of money it's a bad idea. But assuming they actually work to get better it will help so many other aspects of life as well. Oh yeah almost forgot, it also teaches money management