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How to Make People LIKE You

How to be Easily Likable To Most People
and Enjoy Favors from Them
There's a time to love and a time to hate, says Ecclesiastes. When it's time for people to love, how do you take advantage of it to the max? Can you? You can if you know the human relations principles behind in it.

For more than 30 years, I have been testing different human relations principles, weeding out the bad and keeping the good. In fact, keeping the powerful ones that prove effective time and again. They save me from lots of troubles. Some people are born to make trouble for you, and God in his grace and mercy created principles so you can manage them.

They're everywhere--difficult people who get a kick from making your life miserable. If you don't know how to handle them, they'd either make your life miserable or become like them and get excitement by making another fellow miserable--and soon it becomes a vicious cycle--it becomes "trending." You can put a stop to it by knowing how to be easily likable to most people and earn their favors.

If you can make difficult people like you, then it's a piece of cake dealing with ordinary folks, right?

The e-book, "How to be Easily Likable to Most People--and Enjoy People's Favors," is a compilation of human relations principles proven effective by the author in real life situations at home, in school, at the office, in a romance, in church, and in any place you find yourself in--on the bus, plane, train, ship, submarine, space shuttle, skylab, or even probably on Mars.

They say you cannot please everybody. But that's just what they say. No one has really made a clinical study on it and proven it correct a hundred percent of the time. And believe me, this e-book is NOT about pleasing anybody. It's luring people to like you. Umm, well, it's actually having the "power" to be likable to most people--like some kind of an anointing. You don't beg people's favors, but they find you likable some how. And you get the vital principles from this e-book.

If you've been rejected by most people or treated like disease, this e-book may help you improve your situation and begin enjoying people's favors. Win them to your side without compromising your dignity or self-respect--your boss, officemates, teachers, classmates, neighbors, "friends," your crush, siblings, relatives, or even some people in your church.

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