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Socially intelligent people acknowledge absolutely everyone and show respect: the person holding the door, someone sharing the elevator, or the person serving them coffee.
Look away from your phone from time to time; make it a point to smile and say hello to the persons you encounter.
Socially intelligent people give the person they are speaking with their whole attention.
The fastest way for people to like you is by showing them that you like them. You can do that by really listening to what they are saying. Ask questions and listen. You may be surprised by how effective it is when it comes to building relationships.
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Ask close friends or family what they appreciate about you. Save their words. Reread them when you need them.