Using the correct tone of voice is a proven way to be more likeable, because people form an impression of you when you speak, and subsequent social interactions can be affected.
So, use the tone of your voice for emphasizing on emotions and feelings you have during the conversation.
Greeting other people by name is a proven way to be more likeable
Not only do you make another person feel good when you greet them by name, but research has shown that people feel validated when you refer to them by name throughout a conversation.
So, if you are bad with names then make a memory exercise out of remembering people’s names.
Listen and ask questions when communicating with another person, listening and asking questions lets them know that you are interested in what they have to say.
When face-to-face the eyes play a big role in getting people to like you on account of how much unspoken communication is conducted through them. By maintaining eye contact with another person you project confidence which is universally likeable.
Eye contact also indicates openness and honesty, which enables the other person to feel more at ease around you.
People will remember you as a likable person.
Have a healthy weekend, Keep the Faith!