09 Jul 15 Habits of Exceptionally Likable People
It's not unreasonable to link happiness with likability; given that relationships are so important to happiness and being liked (and liking) are so important to relationships…
…which is why we thought we'd share with you this great article from LifeHack on habits of likable people. Read on and enjoy…
by Scott Trick
Do you know someone that when others talk about them you frequently hear the words positive, respectable, and genuine? These likable people have habits, and these habits are what most of us strive to be good at. Here are the habits of exceptionally likable people.
1. They have a positive mental attitude both seen and felt by others
When an exceptionally likable person walks in the room there is an eruption of positive energy that radiates into everyone else immediately.
2. They speak in a carefully disciplined and friendly tone
It is amazing that they always know exactly what to say and how to say it. Even when they are in a stress situation, likable people speak with a perfect mix of energy and calmness that is almost like a work of art.
3. They pay close attention to someone speaking to them
When you talk to them, exceptionally likable people will give you their full attention and listen closely to what you have to say. Even if it is noisy, they have a unique ability to tune out that noise and always hear what you have to say the first time you say it.
4. They are able to maintain their composure in all circumstances
It is very easy for them to keep their cook at all times regardless of the environment. If they are challenged by another person, the exceptionally likable person will always win by making the challenge both friendly and fun to all.
5. They are patient
Most people become irritable when things take longer than expected. The exceptionally likable person will make it look like the longer than expected was actually exactly what they expected. They manage their time wisely, therefore have extra time that others fret over…
…keep reading the full & original article HERE