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Simple Things You Can Do That Impress Everyone Around You

Simple Things You Can Do That Impress Everyone Around You

Simple Things You Can Do That Impress Everyone Around You

One the biggest fault people make when they’re trying to impress someone is that they believe people only pay attention to the big things, like your expensive watch, fancy car or a great suit. But the reality is that the little things are what matter most. The kind of image you have is determined not by clothes or money but by actions, speech, attitude, behavior.

1. Dress well Your appearance is what grabs attention. People look at your clothes, bag, shoes, etc. However this doesn’t mean you need to buy expensive clothes just those which fit well and suit you. If you want to impress people, dress for the occasion.

2. Be punctual If you’re late for something, you’re giving someone the chance to judge you without even talking to you. Waiting for someone when they should already be there is annoying and exasperating.

3. Stick to your word There are too many people out there saying yes when you know you can’t do so. The problem with that is that when you don’t follow through, the thought of that person turns into anger, frustration and disappointment. Plus you can leave one person out of your friends list.

4. Say “Please,” and, “Thank you,” These are short but polite words which everyone likes hearing. Expressing your thankfulness to people, even for little things like opening a door or helping you carry something. This shows that you are humble and that you pay attention to the things people around you are doing for you.

5. Smile often Smiles and yawns are contagious but specialize in the former! Seeing someone smile can prompt others that there are things to be appreciative about, that life is kind and loving.

6. Don’t be constantly stuck to your phone Do not let technology take over human interaction. Phones are an astonishing piece of technology but also addictive. Use your phone when it’s appropriate and not when people are trying to talk to you.

7. Personal hygiene is vital Wear deodorant, brush your teeth, wash your clothes, chew mints. These are things that are taught very early but people forget the obvious! Take care of your personal hygiene and people will be more attentive on what you’re saying instead of how you smell.

8. Make eye contact Don’t let shyness take over, look people in the eye while talking to them and show them that you are engaged in the conversation. Don’t stammer or look around, focus on them.

9. Don’t chew gum This can depend on the type of situation you’re in. If you’re with family hanging out or with close friends at the movies, gum is fine. But in a professional situation, gum is distracting.

10. Greet people with a handshake or hug Everybody likes a cheery person and a good morning can go a long way!However don’t get over friendly with your boss and offer a handshake. With close friends and family members a hug is suitable and let your love shine through.

11. Compliment people Look for the good in people around you and tell them that you have noticed their virtues. Compliment people on their clothes, their ethic, and their sense of humor, anything you can think of.

12. Share information with others Do not be over-competitive and always competing with others. When you have a skill or talent, share it. Impart knowledge and share what you know.

13. Be positive and focus on the good Positive people are harder to forget and while this can be tough when times are bad, but it’s possible. Look for the way out instead of focusing on the issue.

14. Own up to your mistakes When you make a mistake, acknowledge it, identify it, do what you can to make it better and move on. Let others know you are humble and also capable of change.

 

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Ankit Kandoi
Armed with engineering degree, Co-founder of RoofnRoom.com and Fidato Research & Services.He is Talker. Listener. Foodie. Music lover. Traveler. Singer. A colour outside the colour box.

About Ankit Kandoi

Ankit Kandoi
Armed with engineering degree, Co-founder of RoofnRoom.com and Fidato Research & Services.He is Talker. Listener. Foodie. Music lover. Traveler. Singer. A colour outside the colour box.

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