10 Traits to Pick Up if You Want to Be More Likable (and Who Doesn't?)
“He’s a good guy.”
How many times have you heard or said something along those lines? Probably a lot. But what does it even mean to be a good guy?
Sure, holding the door open for someone is nice. As is donating to charity, saying please and thank you, and washing your dishes instead of leaving them in the sink (yes, I’m looking at you, darling co-worker who doesn’t know how to pick up a sponge).
But these are all acts of kindness and don’t necessarily define a good person. This video will take you through 10 characteristics—such as resilience and self-awareness—that will ensure you’re a stand-up person if you embrace them. And who knows, this could even make you more likable at work.
(But yes, you should keep holding open the door for people, too.)
About The Author
Abby is a reporting and evaluation manager at an employee wellness company in Washington, DC. In addition to calculating the health risks for different companies, she also manages and contributes articles to her local gym’s blog. When she’s not crunching numbers or posting content, you can find her taking selfies with her cat (Mildred Meow Meow), hunting down the perfect café, or zipping through the city on her new bike, named Libby. Say hi on Twitter.