1. Remember their name and something about them.
Remembering and using someone’s name makes them feel special, so use it regularly in conversation. You can also show you like them (and ultimately make them like you) by following up on some tidbit of information you know about them.
For example, you might say, “Hey, Noah! How did that math test go?” if the last time you spoke they mentioned having to study.
2. Display good posture and open body language. How you hold your body can make you appear more confident and encourage others to approach you. Sit up straight, pull your shoulders back, and lift your chin. Uncross your arms and legs, make eye contact, and turn to face the person.
You might also power pose to seem more confident by placing your hands on your hips or folding your arms behind your head to form an inverted triangle.
Whatever pose you choose, make sure it’s relaxed, not forced. Forced body language looks awkward and makes people think that you’re trying to put on a show. You may want to practice open, confident body language when you’re alone.
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