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1. For those who find it hard to maintain a soft eye contact, try to figure the eye colour of the person (without making it look like so), and keep smiling all the while.
2. Read feet: If a person turns just the torso towards you and not the feet, they aren’t interested in talking with you.
3. Be memorable: For an interview, be either the first or the last one to attend in order to stay fresh in the interviewer’s brain.
4. While arguing, stand next to the person, not in front of them, to get your point delivered straight to their mind.
5. A mirror behind the counter will show your angry customers their faces, and they will mellow down.
6. Have they not given you a proper answer yet? Stay silent, keep a steady eye contact, it will happen.
7. When someone in a group breaks into laughter, they instantly turn towards the one they like the most in the group.
8. Fake it ’till you make it- Channelize your brain with thoughts of what you want to become. And you will, eventually.
9. Listening to music at a place that affects you adversely, can alter your mood, and change your perceptions of that place.
10. When in a situation that keeps you exhausted, ask yourself “What am I getting out of it?” And you will come up with the solution.
11. Silence is the best way to counter the angry person
12. Kindness is the most docile and effective ‘weapon’ ever. Use it immensely.
13. Ben Franklin Effect- Ask them for a ‘small favour’ and chances are they will come useful to you, repeatedly.
14. People remember how you make them feel, not your words. So, evoke emotions wisely.
15. Refer to people you’ve just met by their names for an instant start of friendship