How often have you seen someone with a charming and infectious personality? These five easy tips will make you even more adorable then you already are!
1. Write Thank-You Notes– So many times now days people often forget the little things people do for them, it’s so nice and refreshing to recieve a little note from someone even if you only helped them a little bit. It can be short and sweet- just letting the person know you appreciate what you did for them. I have a few cute cards ready to go when I want to thank someone.
2.Be A Good Listener– How many times have you talked to someone, and thought to yourself: “I bet they don’t even hear what I’m saying.” It’s so wonderful when you talk to someone and they have a genuine interest in what you’re saying, and are caring about what you’re talking about. So try not to immediately share your own opinion and let them finish. If you listen well, you potentially will learn something new, and make the person feel appreciated and heard as well.
3. Laugh At Your Own Mistakes– No matter what the mistake is- if you laugh about it and take it lightly you’ll be perceived as a person who doesn’t take life so seriously, and can roll with the punches and that’s refreshing.
4. Stay Relaxed– It’s very easy to get stressed out about even little things, but when you notice a person that’s incredibly relaxed and has a calm demeanor, it’s wonderful. When I get stressed or worried, I take deep breaths and think to myself “It’s not the end of the world, everything will all work out.” Try taking ten minutes in the morning to just relax, or you can try listening to classical music while you’re getting ready. I like to do this occasionally and helps me feel peaceful.
5. Give Out Compliments- When you notice someone is wearing a nice shirt, their hair looks nice or maybe they have a great smile- let them know. Most times it makes the person’s day, and you’ll feel good that you made them happy, if only temporarily. Whenever I notice something nice about someone I always try to let them know!
“Charm is a glow within a woman that casts a most becoming light on others.” -John Mason Brown