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How To Be More Likable In Social Settings

Tips for being more likeable in social situations

Tips for being more likeable in social situations
  • Don't overshare your whole life's story. 
  • Actually listen to what people say. Then respond accordingly.

  • Remember people's names and use them. 

  • Be super positive & awesome to be around. Pessimists don't win many friends. 
  • 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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How To Be More Likable In Social Settings

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Tips for being more likeable in social situations

  • Don't overshare your whole life's story. 
  • Actually listen to what people say. Then respond accordingly.

  • Remember people's names and use them. 

  • Be super positive & awesome to be around. Pessimists don't win many friends. 
  • 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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