Five Ways To Be More Likeable.

“Hold faithfulness and sincerity as first principles.” ~Confucious 1. Pay attention to detail Let’s face it, people love to be noticed. Whenever you meet someone new, take a moment to identify what makes them unique. Make sure to look for positive attributes so you don’t end up pointing out that someone has poor posture or dirty shoes. Maybe they have a nice […]

via 5 Easy Ways To Be More Likable — MakeItUltra™

8 thoughts on “Five Ways To Be More Likeable.

  1. Rowena Post author

    Kim, I thought it was excellent too. I often reblog posts to act on them myself and not just let the ideas pass by.
    It’s a very important issue for my kids. It’s not always easy for kids to make and retain friends and my daughter came home a few days this week upset and feeling no one liked her. I must admit I wasn’t too happy with her yesterday afternoon either. They’ve both gone off to a scout camp for the weekend so bit of a breather would be nice.

  2. Rowena Post author

    Thanks, Kim. I slept through most of today, which wasn’t my intention but I do feel better for it. Hope you have a great weekend. xx Ro

  3. Rowena Post author

    Sounds great, Kim. I’ve been reading a series of columns by Eleanor Roosevelt and her grandchildren get mentioned throughout. I enjoyed a quiet weekend without the kids and my husband was working today too. Recharged the batteries, which was good. Made some very devilish Raspberry Macadamia Nut Chocolate Brownies tonight. They were very moist and I’ve put half in the freezer. I served them hot straight out of the oven and needed to shovel them onto the plates. Yum!

  4. kcg1974

    Mmmm. Sounds delicious, Rowena. I’m glad you’re taking time for yourself. Eleanor Roosevelt’s history is something I would truly enjoy reading, especially the writings about her grandchildren. Thanks, Ro.

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