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We all strive to be memorable. But leaving a lasting impression on someone we've just met isn't always easy.
It also isn't impossible. As it turns out, with the right words and actions almost anyone can create a captivating presence. To help you figure out how to do this, we asked a of experts the question: "How do I become more memorable when meeting someone for the first time? Here were some of our favourite tips for making yourself memorable when you first meet someone new.
It's easy to stand there and let other people carry on the conversation, but you will never stick out in people's minds if you just listen, writes Julian Reisinger, dating expert and founder of Lovelifesolved. Don't let the fear of looking like a fool keep you from speaking up and asking questions, telling your own stories, and sharing your own opinions. Go for it, and make a lasting impression.
Most people avoid saying anything controversial — especially when meeting someone for the first time — because they want to play it safe to ensure everyone likes them. But if you really want to be memorable, you may want to make a statement without insulting anyone or saying something offensive, of course.
He recommends speaking up and stating your opinion firmly and clearly, even if it makes some people slightly uncomfortable or mad. This will make you more interesting — and thus more memorable.Meeting new people - English speaking skills practice
Breaking out of the cultural norm is an easy way to stick out, Reisinger writes, but try to stick out in a positive way. For example, he suggests coming up with humorous and unusual answers to the typical introductory questions such as, "How are you?
While coming up with scripted answers may seem like a pain, he points out that you will have to answer these questions thousands of times throughout your life anyway, so it's well worth the effort. Rob Riker, founder of The Social Winner blog, says confident body language does more than make you look good — it makes you more memorable. To do this, Riker suggests having a firm handshake, standing up straight, and maintaining eye contact both while listening and speaking. If you aren't talking with anyone for a few minutes, then he says you should look out in front of you, rather than at the ground.
He also says you should "own the space around you. This piece of advice from Reisinger stems from author and poet Maya Angelou's famous quote: "I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.
In order to leave a deep impression on someone, you need to make them feel something How do you do that in a casual conversation? Reisinger suggests showing vulnerability, making them laugh, making a mistake and apologizing for it, stroking someone's ego, telling stories, being helpful, or discussing a topic in a heated manner could all do the trick.
We mentioned earlier than you should talk, and not just sit back and listen the whole time. But when you are listening, be attentive and engaged. This is harder than it seems. Most people are constantly thinking of what to say next and looking for a break in the conversation for when they can jump in and say it. Like Reisinger, Blanton says we remember how people make us feel and when you truly listen to someone, you will make them feel important — and they'll remember that.30 GREAT Questions to Ask When You are Meeting Someone New
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