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5 Psychological hacks to make yourself more likeable

We all want to be liked, but we don’t know how to make that happen. Well, there are some simple things that can be done to trick others into developing a liking for you.

Mental Health By Suhail Sattar / Oct 19, 2015

Jibe at yourself

While having a conversation, try to make a jibe at yourself. By being able to laugh at yourself, not only will you make yourself happy, but will also end up making other people around you more easy and comfortable near you.

Be funny

In order to make a conversation interesting and engaging, try bringing up some fun or fascinating facts. By doing this, not only will you break the ice, but will also end up making yourself seem quite knowledgeable.

Don’t interrupt

Always make a point to let others finish what they are saying without interrupting them. This will make you look patient, attentive and more polite. You will also thus, make yourself likeable.

Smile a lot

A study states that when you smile, you start looking more attractive and personable. Research shows that having white teeth helps you look 20 percent more good-looking and also makes you look five years younger.

Be enthusiastic

Try to be enthusiastic, especially while greeting people. Being energetic and enthusiastic will make people to instantly warm up to you. Excitement helps in creating an impact.

 

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