Want to attract more clients? Love is all you need

We are in the TOP PEOPLE BUSINESS! If you want to work with people, or let's put it better, if you want people to work with you, they have to like you.

How to conquer everyone's hearts?

  • Break into a Smile

Nothing says more about you than a sincere and caring smile! They can always change for the better the image people have of you.

  • Ask for Advice & Small Favors

This is a subtle way to let them know you trust them and really value their opinion. But of course, don't ask for too many favors or you will come across as annoying.

  • Avoid conflicts

Politics? Religion? Football? Leave these out of the conversation!

It's impossible to share opinions 100%. There will always be some area of disagreement and we have to avoid conflict as much as possible: don't argue or try to correct people.

  • Nobody likes a know-it-all

No one is born knowing, so when you don't know something, be humble enough to admit it and do your best to learn.

Having appetite for learning and improving oneself looks better than believing you know everything about everything.

  • Listen up!

Just because you are smiling and nodding your head while looking at the person who is talking to you, it doesn't mean you are actually listening to him.

If you are thinking about how funny monkeys are at the zoo, people will notice. So, listen carefully to what others are saying and don't interrupt them! They will appreciate it.

  • The Power of Storytelling

Stories make us think, laugh, cry... There is nothing like a good anecdote or story to break the ice or have a lively conversation.

Besides, STORIES SELL. Tell stories to share a different point of view and help people understand you better.

  • Like & Be yourself

If you don't like yourself, how can you expect others to like you? Don't pretend you are someone you are not. Otherwise, you may end up working with people you don't get along with.

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