Being admirable is never meant to mean possessing luxurious cars, going on extravagant holidays, or having an attractive appearance. Indeed, people admire one whose talents, skills, competencies, and personalities exceed ordinary expectations.
And most of the time, these traits are aligned with role models – people who express the following traits: integrity, empathy, humility, etc.
It’s not difficult to become admirable. These six ways can make people admire you more.
Check Out These Cool Ways To Make People Admire You More:
There’s no need to pretend to have a perfect life to be admired. Be yourself with all your human imperfections and weaknesses. That is the beautiful aura admirable people radiate. Despite their flawed human sides, they shine through and are great. “Fake it until you make it” can be good for some, but not for admiration.
It’s easy to get off track and waste time to be someone else, and any efforts changing yourself to be like others is bound to be hollow.
A true purpose in life is evolving into the person you’re capable of being. Replicating an admirable person doesn’t make people admire you. The best you can do, simply enough, is to be comfortable in your own skin and be your true self.
Humility is not about condescending to one’s importance or low living standards. Being humble is about self-awareness and self-management.
People with deep humility never put on airs even when they perform better than everybody else. They are charismatic because they do not look over anybody’s shoulder.
Humble individuals accept what’s within their control, their limitations, and they reinvent themselves through self-improvement.
Nothing, but be humble! You will become magnetic, and people will surely admire you more.
Integrity is often misunderstood and wrongly associated with being a fool, a loser who never fights for oneself, and always lets things go. But integrity has nothing to do with that.
Integrity is about honesty, loyalty, and transparency. Words should be consistent with behaviors. A promise made, a promise kept. Speak face to face. Doing what needs to be done and doing them righteously.
Integrity in leadership doesn’t equate with being powerless and ignorant. Honest leaders speak the truth. They are uncompromising and straightforward but are always respectful.
And it doesn’t just revolve around you. Value and embrace people for their integrity. Encourage them if they’ve ever questioned themselves about integrity. Integrity is needed in every walk of life.
Integrity virtues play a pivotal role in any admirable life. Say what needs to say and say the truths. It takes courage and practice, but the rewards are worth it: people admire you much more.
When referring to being empathetic, very often, we contemplate the idea of being boring, characterless, and doing just charity. But empathetic means knowing how to put yourself in others’ shoes and being a good listener.
In this hustle and bustle of the modern world, to get full attention from anyone is tough. Listen to people, especially those from all walks of life—the cleaning lady, the janitor, the new intern, etc. Be the one good listener in the room and gain all respect from others.
Pay attention, listen, understand, engage, and comprehend.
Love to be loved. Care to be cared for. Treat yourself the way you treat others. Respect to be respected.
Compassionate leaders are simply empathetic individuals. They are not just the happiest but also incredibly attractive to others. Do you admire such characteristics? I would say it is a real joy to be around empathetic people!
Too much stress and nerve-racking work decisions today? Write them all down in a journal. It helps you relieve your negative emotions by leaving them on paper. Don’t be frustrated after work; everything is in the past. Leave them behind. Keep a journal by yourself as a ‘friend’ to talk to and show your true feelings. That friend will be a loyal listener and let you decide what you have to do next.
Accept and love yourself the way you are with full comprehension of your strengths and weaknesses. No pretensions, no hiding the flaws, but respect yourself!
Be caring and helpful, but don’t be afraid to upset people. Be self-confident and self-empowered to voice your disagreements when your boundaries are violated. The fastest way to lose respect from others is if you disrespect yourself to please others.
How can you demand respect from other sources when such inner respect doesn’t exist in the first place. Your principles matter. You matter. Respect yourself so that people respect and admire you more.
Be humble enough to be your original self. Be honest to say the truths. Be brave to voice your opinions. Be compassionate to listen to people around you. And be consistent with your plans.
These six easy ways can surely make people admire you more. Follow through and be a magnetic individual.