1 Practice good posture.
As irrelevant as it may seem, standing tall makes you appear more confident and in control, which is attractive to other people’s eyes. Keep your shoulders straight, spine straight, and try to place your hips in the middle of your legs. Walk confidently, don’t drag your feet. Also, don’t stare at the ground.
Smiling sincerely at someone is one of the easiest ways you can make them appear immediately attractive. Practice smiling diligently. Think of things that can easily grow your smile.
Develop a warm sense of humor. Find joy and laughter in the silly aspects of life, and don’t be afraid to reveal it to others. Avoid joking about physical appearance, sexual activity, and SARA
3 Make eye contact.
When you talk to someone (especially someone you like), show interest in them, and pay attention to them by making consistent eye contact.
Use eye contact to flirt. Glance several times to the person sitting near you or across the room until he or she catches your eye. Maintain eye contact for a second, smile, then look away.
4 Be a real man.
You don’t have to act rigidly to show care and concern for others. Say, “Please,” “Thank you, and,” Sorry, “and show your courtesy by opening doors for those walking behind you.
- Respect others. Don’t break their trust. Don’t be rude unnecessarily. When someone tries to provoke your emotions, walk calmly – this shows that you will not fall to the same level as him.
- Don’t swear or make rude comments in public. It’s okay if you are more relaxed and don’t hold back around friends or family, but avoid this way of talking around people you don’t really know.
5 Know how to spark conversation.
A competent speaker can make those around him feel comfortable and relaxed. Know how to lightly ask how someone is doing, and make sure the topic leads to other conversation topics. Ask open-ended questions. For example, instead of asking, “Do you have any plans this weekend?” which can be answered as simply yes or no, you should ask, “What are your plans for this weekend?” Avoid sensitive topics such as politics and religion.
To hone your conversational skills, try converse with the strangers you meet the next time you are in a public place, such as at a bus stop or when waiting in line at a convenience store. If you get a genuine smile and a few sentences in response from that person, then you’re doing pretty well.
6 Speak clearly and carefully.
When talking to other people, try not to mumble or rush. Form complete sentences, and avoid opening your mouth until you know exactly what to say. If not, you might embarrass yourself!