HOW TO BECOME POPULAR IN FRIENDS LIST

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1.Be confident.

Nobody’s perfect. Therefore, you don’t have to be perfect to be popular. Even if you feel that you’re far from ideal, the first step to gaining confidence is to believe in yourself.

  • Don’t hide in the corner. Get up and bask in the spotlight, if the moment is right. If you spend all of your time worrying about how you look or what other people think of you, you won’t get very far. Instead, work on loving who you are and what you do. If you love yourself, everyone will want to join in.
  • In class, also get noticed, raise your hand, and finish your work on time. People will get to know you better, Never be afraid to speak!
  • Fake it until you make it. Even if you don’t feel confident, just acting confident is the first step to making you feel good.
  • Confidence has a lot to do with body language. Walk with your head high and your arms at your sides instead of crossed over your chest. Don’t hunch.
  • Develop your confidence by excelling at the things you love or developing new interests. If you find something you really care about, you’ll be more likely to feel good about yourself.

    2.Find your own style.

  • To get noticed, you don’t have to dye your hair pink or get a tattoo on your face. What you should do, however, is find your own look and style and let people see that you’re comfortable being yourself.
  • If you’re hiding behind a pair of gray sweatpants, you won’t get noticed—at least, not in a good way. So, find a look makes you comfortable, whether you look preppy, hipster chic, or grungy, and own it.
  • You don’t have to buy the trendiest clothes that everyone else is wearing unless you think you can really look good and comfortable in them. If you’re buying the same Converse that everyone in school is wearing but they just look wrong on your feet, everyone will notice.
  • Whatever you wear, have confidence in it. Don’t check yourself out in the mirror or ask everyone in your path if you look okay, or people will know that you doubt yourself.
  • It’s great to pay attention to your looks, but looking like you’re trying too hard to be popular is worse than looking like you don’t care. So, if you’re not really into makeup, don’t slather your face with it. If you don’t like popping your collar, don’t do it just because that’s what everyone else is doing.
  • If you want to get trendy clothes but don’t have the budget, check out stores that have cool clothes at an affordable price (especially during their sales). Check out Aeropostale, American Eagle, or even Forever 21 to get some great deals.

    3.Give a helping hand.

  • Popular people don’t just know everyone—they’re on good terms with everyone. They establish those terms by helping people out, and they don’t do it in particularly noticeable ways. They do little things to establish rapport (in addition to some big things, like volunteering). They offer someone a pencil when they need it. They close the neighbor’s gate when it opens after a strong wind. They hold the door open and wait for the person behind them. But most often, they listen to people when they talk, and they offer to help somehow.
  • If you truly empathize with people, you’ll want things to work out for them. If there’s nothing you can do to help then, at the very least, let them know that you’re hoping the best for them.

4.Join a team

Joining a team is also a great way to put yourself out there and to let more people know who you are.

  • Popular people don’t just know everyone—they’re on good terms with everyone. They establish those terms by helping people out, and they don’t do it in particularly noticeable ways. They do little things to establish rapport (in addition to some big things, like volunteering). They offer someone a pencil when they need it. They close the neighbor’s gate when it opens after a strong wind. They hold the door open and wait for the person behind them. But most often, they listen to people when they talk, and they offer to help somehow.
  • If you truly empathize with people, you’ll want things to work out for them. If there’s nothing you can do to help then, at the very least, let them know that you’re hoping the best for them.

5.Get involved in your community.

Getting involved in your community will not only help you improve the life of people who are in need, but it’ll help you learn how to interact with a larger number of people from different backgrounds, ages, and financial situations. The more people you know how to get along with, the more adept you’ll be at meeting new people and making them feel welcome when the time comes.

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