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Thursday, June 6, 2013

Are you enjoying friends, neighbors, and acquaintances of all ages?

Shelley Emling’s 7 ways of impressing people in 60 seconds or less are helpful if, like me, you need to brush up a little on your relational skills. I did well on at least a couple of her 7 tips, however. For example, even thought I’m a senior, I delight in my friends, neighbors, and acquaintances of all ages.

Emling, the editor of Post 50, writes:

No matter what income level they've achieved, some people still don't have a clue as to how to draw others to them. They don't know what to say to put others at ease or how to act in order to electrify a room. But by the time you reach 50, you should know a thing or two about how to impress those around you. People can tell when you feel comfortable in your own skin. And when you feel comfortable in your own skin, you'll give others the confidence they need to be themselves as well. And that's pretty impressive.

Famous folks usually included on lists of the world's most impressive people include Hillary Clinton, Taylor Swift and Chris Christie. What do they have in common? All are smart and supremely self-confident.
After consulting with a few very impressive friends, here are seven ways to wow people in 60 seconds or less. Have your own ideas? Tell us about them in comments.

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