How to be a More Enjoyable Person—Don’t Say. Erase these Sentences from your Vocabulary and Your Dates will go Smoother.
Whether you have been recently dating new people, you’re happily married, or even if you’re not dating—but just in day to day conversations there are things that you can eliminate to make you a more enjoyable person. Not that you aren’t wonderful now, perhaps a diamond in the raw, or a fine polished gem, no matter, these tips and ideas can only help you better succeed socially.
Remember when your grandmother used to say, “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.” She had a point. Who want to be the friend to an overly critical nitpicker? Constructive criticism is wonderful, but if you’re not careful it can easily turn into a habit that most people find at the very least unpleasant. If you don’t like something—you don’t have to talk about it. People will find your company much more enjoyable if you don’t. Instead talk about the things you do like. Is the glass half full? Or half empty? Talk about what you do like instead.
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Don’t bring them down with negativity. This goes to say the previous tip can help with this, but also don’t go in a full blown rant about how you can’t stand your job when you’re surrounding by people dancing and having fun. There’s a time and place for that, so it’s important to choose your spots, or you might have to fun other Party Buses in Boston to party in next time!
Be supportive. Offer help you genuinely want to or words of wisdom. Letting someone know you appreciate their sense of style, their sense of humor, or the ideas they offered at work last week can go a long way with stamping your impression on them. It will leave a positive one—and that’s what you want!