Likability isn’t about being the funniest or most intriguing person in the room. It’s about genuinely caring about people – and acting in a way that demonstrates it at every opportunity. Because likability is currency, the more you have, the more doors you’ll find opening for you. Here are five practical principles that can help you to increase your likability, even if you don’t consider yourself outgoing or charismatic.
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