Aug 23, 2019

Get Someone to Like You

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===Showing Your Interest===
 
===Showing Your Interest===
#Get them talking about their hobbies and interests. If you can spot some common interests that the two of you share, that's a great place to steer the conversation. If not, ask some open-ended questions to learn more about what the person likes. Don't be afraid its natural<ref>https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/sex-sociability/201611/how-get-someone-you</ref>[[Image: Get Someone to Like You Step 6 Version 6.jpg|center]]
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#Get them talking about their hobbies and interests. If you can spot some common interests that the two of you share, that's a great place to steer the conversation. If not, ask some open-ended questions to learn more about what the person likes.<ref>https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/sex-sociability/201611/how-get-someone-you</ref>[[Image:Get Someone to Like You Step 6 Version 6.jpg|center]]
 
#*For example, you might ask, “What brings you to this conference?” or “What sort of music do you like?”
 
#*For example, you might ask, “What brings you to this conference?” or “What sort of music do you like?”
 
#*Open-ended questions require more expansive answers that keep the conversation going.
 
#*Open-ended questions require more expansive answers that keep the conversation going.
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#*Listen with your whole body.  Make eye contact with the other person, lean forward a bit, nod in agreement or understanding.   
 
#*Listen with your whole body.  Make eye contact with the other person, lean forward a bit, nod in agreement or understanding.   
 
#*Keep in mind that if you spend the whole time talking about yourself, you won't get to know the person better, and they may not think you’re interested in them. Let them do most of the talking.  
 
#*Keep in mind that if you spend the whole time talking about yourself, you won't get to know the person better, and they may not think you’re interested in them. Let them do most of the talking.  
#Pay them a compliment. Compliments make people feel special, but it also endears them to you. Comment on their appearance, a particular skill they have, or an insight they make during a conversation. Try not to focus on only one area, like appearance.<ref>https://www.inc.com/larry-kim/how-to-get-people-to-like-you-heck-even-love-you.html</ref>[[Image: Get Someone to Like You Step 9 Version 6.jpg|center]]
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#Pay them a compliment. Compliments make people feel special, but it also endears them to you. Comment on their appearance, a particular skill they have, or an insight they make during conversation. Try not to focus on only one area, like appearance.<ref>https://www.inc.com/larry-kim/how-to-get-people-to-like-you-heck-even-love-you.html</ref>[[Image:Get Someone to Like You Step 9 Version 6.jpg|center]]
 
#*Say, “Cool shirt! I'm a Harry Potter fan, too" or “Wow, that's a really neat idea!”
 
#*Say, “Cool shirt! I'm a Harry Potter fan, too" or “Wow, that's a really neat idea!”
#Make them laugh. People like people of good cheer, so make a witty remark or tell a joke. Laughing together helps strengthen your bond. As a result, the person will look at you more favorably.<ref>http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/sixteen-psychological-tricks-people-like-you-a7967861.html</ref>[[Image: Get Someone to Like You Step 10 Version 6.jpg|center]]
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#Make them laugh. People like people of good cheer, so make a witty remark or tell a joke. Laughing together helps strengthen your bond. As a result, the person will look at you more favorably.<ref>http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/sixteen-psychological-tricks-people-like-you-a7967861.html</ref>[[Image:Get Someone to Like You Step 10 Version 6.jpg|center]]
 
#*Dance a little jig to show you're happy, gently tease them, or send them a funny meme. Making them laugh will certainly make them like you even more than they already do!
 
#*Dance a little jig to show you're happy, gently tease them, or send them a funny meme. Making them laugh will certainly make them like you even more than they already do!
#Ask them for help or advice. Naturally, people are attracted to people who are able to accept guidance and are willing to learn. Plus, if someone gives you advice or helps you in some way, they'll feel bonded to you since you typically help people you care about.<ref>https://www.inc.com/larry-kim/how-to-get-people-to-like-you-heck-even-love-you.html</ref>[[Image: Get Someone to Like You Step 11 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#Ask them for help or advice. Naturally, people are attracted to people who are able to accept guidance and are willing to learn. Plus, if someone gives you advice or helps you in some way, they'll feel bonded to you since you typically help people you care about.<ref>https://www.inc.com/larry-kim/how-to-get-people-to-like-you-heck-even-love-you.html</ref>[[Image:Get Someone to Like You Step 11 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*You might say, “Hey, I remember you said you're good with computers. My laptop keeps freezing up. Can you take a look at it for me, please?”
 
#*You might say, “Hey, I remember you said you're good with computers. My laptop keeps freezing up. Can you take a look at it for me, please?”
 
#Do a favor. The same logic that ensures someone will like you if you ask them for help works in reverse. Help the person in some small way and they will like you even more.<ref>https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/sex-sociability/201611/how-get-someone-you</ref>[[Image:Get Someone to Like You Step 12 Version 3.jpg|center]]
 
#Do a favor. The same logic that ensures someone will like you if you ask them for help works in reverse. Help the person in some small way and they will like you even more.<ref>https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/sex-sociability/201611/how-get-someone-you</ref>[[Image:Get Someone to Like You Step 12 Version 3.jpg|center]]


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