Throughout our lifetime, we introduce ourselves to hundreds of new people everywhere we go.
Every time we strike up a conversation with a stranger sitting next to us on the train, duck into a gas station to ask for directions or step up to the checkout counter, we’re constantly coming up with new, creative ways to introduce ourselves in line with the circumstances. Whether it’s a formal meeting or a more laid back meet up, introductions are sometimes tricky.
Always saying positive things about yourself is a sign that you have forgiven yourself.
Do you look at everything as a glass half full or a glass half empty? When it comes to being happy, it is vital that you learn how to be yourself and to be more positive.
This kind of thinking puts your focus on the problem and not the solution.
It’s better to say good things about yourself than to say negative things.
Give off an aura of happiness even if you’re uncomfortable. Pleasing others can be a nice thing to do, but know where your boundaries are.
Instead of always aiming to please others, you should do things for yourself as well every now and then.
Someone approaching might need help opening a door or carrying something, and by assisting, you’re automatically introducing yourself as a Good Samaritan, instead of just another person playing Candy Crush. If you are like most people, then you have probably told yourself that things would be better if there were certain changes in your life or changes to yourself. Be proactive, and have a more positive outlook about yourself.
Your face, particularly your eyes and your expression, is the first thing someone sees when they notice you for the first time. There is a problem if you are never doing what you want to do, yet always doing what everyone else wants to do.