• Use your hands and palms

while you are talking to someone use your hands and palm so that they can understand deeply what you say this also makes trust on what you are saying and will make them eventually like you even if they don’t like you they will get convinced to the topic that you want to tell.

  • Move your pivot to their side


When you move your pivot to their side they will see that you are engaged that what he or she is saying which is very important to make someone like you.

  • Make every enemy your friend


You can make every enemy you friend by just saying to them to work for you it’s a physiological trick which works every time as if they agree to do your work because to do your work they will make excuses in their mind that will make them eventually like you this is also a very famous tactic of war in which soldiers a said to write every day two lines about nation bad things and after some time they eventually start to hate their nation and start to work for the other nation. So, you can apply this super famous trick to make everyone like you.

  • Go for the laugh, every time.

It’s hard to hate a jokester or someone who has a carefree approach to life. Usually, the most-liked people are those that can fill a room with laughter. It might not be in your nature to joke around, and that’s okay. Just make sure you are ready to see the humor in something. Be someone who can laugh easily and smile often. You’ll win people over.


  • Admit your weaknesses.



That character on the show Mind Games right: Admitting weaknesses makes you more likable. People figure them out on their own anyway. Of course, it’s important not to act like a victim or share your problems with everyone you meet. At work, it’s okay to go into a meeting and lead with the challenges you face. People are more likely to suggest a few solutions, come to your aid, and even pat you on the back.


  • Be genuine.

Being genuine and honest is essential to being likable. No one likes a fake. People gravitate toward those who are genuine because they know they can trust them. It is difficult to like someone when you don’t know who they really are and how they really feel.

Likable people know who they are. They are confident enough to be comfortable in their own skin. By concentrating on what drives you and makes you happy as an individual, you become a much more interesting person than if you attempt to win people over by making choices that you think will make them like you.

  • Emphasize shared values

According to a classic study by Theodore Newcomb, people are more attracted to those who are similar to them. This is known as the similarity-attraction effect. In his experiment, Newcomb measured his subjects’ attitudes on controversial topics, such as sex and politics, and then put them in a University of Michigan-owned house to live together.

By the end of their stay, the subjects liked their housemates more when they had similar attitudes about the topics measured.

Interestingly, a more recent study from researchers at the University of Virginia and Washington University in St. Louis found that Air Force recruits liked each other more when they had similar negative personality traits than when they shared positive ones.


  • Casually touch them

Subliminal touching occurs when you touch a person so subtly that they barely notice. Common examples include tapping someone’s back or touching their arm, which can make them feel more warmly toward you.

In a French study, young men stood on street corners and talked to women who walked by. The men had double the success rate in striking up a conversation when they lightly touched the woman’s arms as they talked to them instead of doing nothing at all.

A University of Mississippi and Rhodes College experiment studied the effects of interpersonal touch on restaurant tipping and had some waitresses briefly touch customers on the hand or shoulder as they were returning their change. As it turns out, those waitresses earned significantly larger tips than the ones who didn’t touch their customers.

  • Act like you like them



Psychologists have known for a while about a phenomenon called “reciprocity of liking”: When we think someone likes us, we tend to like them as well.

In one 1959 study published in Human Relations, for example, participants were told that certain members of a group discussion would probably like them. These group members were chosen randomly by the experimenter.

After the discussion, participants indicated that the people they liked best were the ones who supposedly liked them.

More recently, researchers at the University of Waterloo and the University of Manitoba found that when we expect people to accept us, we act warmer toward them — thereby increasing the chances that they really will like us. So even if you’re not sure how a person you’re interacting with feels about you, act like you like them and they’ll probably like you back.

  •  Hang By Your Teeth


This visualization trick will help you look more confident with your posture, which Lowndes describes as “your biggest success barometer.” To do this, visualize a leather bit hanging from the frame of every door you walk through. Pretend that you are taking a bite of the dental grip, and let it sweep your cheeks into a smile and lift you up.

“When you hang by your teeth,” Lowndes says, “every muscle is stretched into perfect posture position.” Your head will be held high, shoulders back, torso out of your hips, and feet weightless.

This trick also works because of the frequency people walk through doorways. If you visualize anything often enough, it becomes a habit. “Habitual good posture is the first mark of a big winner.”

  • Break the ice with some levity.

Getting a conversation started is sometimes difficult, especially if you want to avoid resorting to small talk. Small talk isn’t necessarily bad–talking about the weather or the event at hand is a perfect way to get those social gears moving–but opening with a joke will get you liked, more often and faster. Have a few humorous opening lines in your back pocket and try your best to improvise. Even if your joke doesn’t land, the fact that you’re trying to have fun will make you more likable–just don’t go overboard and fill your conversation with random jokes. It’s very possible to overdo it.

  •  Gesticulating

Gesticulating is the process of involving your hands and arms as compliments to your speech, such as pointing a finger to emphasize the inflection of a certain word. Doing this makes you more likable because it demonstrates your energy and enthusiasm–generally, the more animated you are, the more positively people will respond to you. Again, it’s easy to take this too far, so keep your gestures limited to a reasonable level of intensity and frequency.


In last I want to tell you that everyone in world can’t like you until you start to like yourself as there is no one in the world who is loved or liked by everyone even god had some haters so be cool and live the way you want to also use the tricks given above to make some instantly like you. If you like this post share it to everyone who likes it.


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