Have a good sense of Humor.
It’s hard to hate jokesters or someone who has a carefree approach to life.
Usually, the most-liked people are those that can fill a room with laughter.
Be someone who can laugh easily and smile often. You’ll win people over.
Having a caring attitude.
Caring is an act of setting aside your own interests and ambitions for a while and helping others.
It requires lots of effort and sacrifices to help or truly care about someone.
You have to consciously decide you are going to care about someone else.
If people discover you are genuine about it, you’ll find that more people will like you.
You find people around you if you are someone they can talk to.
If you are someone that can engage people in positive conversation.
If you are someone that can inspire people through constructive conversation.
Develop yourself towards talking much and not being an introvert
I have noticed that people who ask questions are often well-liked.
It’s human nature to be helpful and we all have a great desire to share what we know.
We tend to like them more because we like being the one who provides the answers.
Compliment other people.
Whatever you say about other people influences how people see you.
If you describe someone else as genuine and kind, people will also associate you with those qualities.
People love associating with someone who appreciates their new moves and encourages them to move on.
Casually touch them.
Common examples include tapping someone’s back or touching their arm, which can make them feel more warmly toward you.
Touches can break the bond between two and create a social pattern of relating.
Hence, they feel more free and comfortable conversing and relating to you.
Unless a person is comfortable around you, they will never like you.
So to build this level of trust you should develop an open posture.
Avoiding isolating yourself in public is a capital “NO”, instead feel among, relate with people in social gatherings.