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Actually listen to what people say. Then respond accordingly.
Remember people's names and use them.
Work on your confidence levels.
Make someone feel special. The best way is to act as if the person speaking to you is the most important person in the world.
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On your way out make sure that the other remembers you.
Touch is a physical way of indicating acceptance and if properly timed it can be very charming.
There's nothing wrong with a handshake when you introduce yourself, but beyond that, don't abuse touch. Stick to safe zones like the outside of the arm and upper back, and when in doubt, just stick to those handshakes.