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Introduction: Intangible social rules make people confused, although we do not have to sleek world, sometimes also need to be undertoned. Here are some simple social tips, learn one in 3 seconds, let’s raise your posture together!

1 Preset a relaxed and comfortable social situation

When dealing with strangers, we often feel nervous, rather than in the mind before meeting: you already know, the next conversation will be very smooth.

2 Pay attention to each other’s feet as you approach

When you have to interrupt a conversation, pay attention to the movements under their feet as you approach, and if they just turn their err on you, it’s not a good time for a big conversation. But if they move to you, it’s a good sign for you.

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3 Stand by each other’s side during an argument, not in front of you

When you feel that the atmosphere of the argument is beginning to get tense, you should walk up to each other to reduce the sense of oppression between the two sides.

4 When you need help, speak up

Speaking directly about what you need help with can greatly increase your chances of getting help. This is because people are more likely to show that they are capable of helping others, and are less willing to bear the guilt that results from not reaching out.

5 If you want to make the other person feel comfortable, you can repeat what he said to you in the next step

People need their actions and words to be recognized by others. Retelling what he said in your own words not only shows that you are a good listener but more importantly that you show that you are really interested in what he says and make him feel like he is being watched.

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6 Nodding from time to time will make it easier for you to get approval

Clever hinting technique: Nod when communicating a message. People tend to subconsciously imitate each other and nod to you, and their actions are counterproductive to the brain, making it easier for them to agree with your ideas.

7 Are people really listening to you? An arm-in-arm move is enough

When we talk about important things, we focus on the matter itself, with little attention paid to whether the listener is listening carefully. The way to detect the listener’s attention is to hold their arms together, and if the other person subconsciously imitates the action, they must be listening with great care.

8 Repeating the other person’s name in a conversation can help you remember the other person’s name.


Alex, how are you? Alex, do you know xxx? Alex, what do you think of this cake? After that, will you forget his name is Alex?

9 If the other person does not fully answer your question, just wait quietly

Keep quiet while continuing eye contact, and if the atmosphere gets tense you can raise your eyebrows, and the other person will often perfect TA’s answer.

10 People are more likely to “do the wrong thing to people”

Even if you’re talking about the world’s most boring topic, make yourself look funny: humour or mystery. When the other person is interested in you, what you say will certainly be interested.

11 Self-confidence is more important than learning

Even with a dazzling Ph.D., you’re more likely to lose out to a college student who speaks in a good manner.

12 assume that you’ve done it

Every learning process will move your mind in the direction you want it to be: you are what you believe in, you feel confident, you feel confident, you feel charming, you are charming.

13 Maintain a strong standing position

This one is similar to the one above but more specific: standing up and having an affinity smile (even if it’s fake) will prompt your brain to release the substance that makes you feel more professional and confident.

14 The words “I believe” and “I think” will make your words more persuasive

The usual phrases “I know…” and “I will…” will make you appear more confident and make others pay more attention to you.

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15 Tell a joke about the organizational structure of the other member

When everyone laughs at a joke, watch the gaze between the other person. People subconsciously look up to the people closest or most respected. 

16 When you call someone, be excited

Remember: High emotions are infectious. People like positive emotions.

17 Body language lets you get water like a fish in your relationships

Being friends with a respected person in a group will naturally be respected. Imitate his language and movements close to him, and when he talks cheerfully about something, don’t cross your arms toward him.

18 Accidentally offended and don’t lose your goodwill

Your angry performance tends to make the other person more excessive.

19 Some small actions worth emphasizing over and over again

Standing up is easier to be respected; don’t put your hands in your pockets, don’t put your arms in your arms if you feel out of place; keep your palms warm before shaking hands can help convey your sincerity; eye contact, eye contact, eye contact, and important things to say three times.

20 Benjamin Franklin effect

Research has found that when a person does something for another person, he or she will be more likely to do more for that person later on. Because he/she will prove his/her assessment of his or her abilities in such a way: I have value and I can help others.

21 Don’t be afraid of physical contact

Shoulder and knee touch build trust.

22 stage requirements law

Make a less reasonable request than you expected, and when you are rejected, you can make your original request, at which point the probability that your request will be accepted will increase significantly.

23 Convert your request to a selection sentence

It turns out: “Would you like to donate 5 yuan or 10 yuan?” “More money can be raised than “please donate.”

24 If you work in a bar or service desk or something like that

Put a mirror behind you and angry customers will see themselves when they find you, and no one wants to see their hysterical faces.

25 Chew a piece of gum when you’re nervous

If our brain thinks we’re eating, it relaxes its guard against danger, and chewing gum can often trick the brain into reducing tension.

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