How to look smart and smart in front of others

By | December 18, 2021

Wanting to look smart in front of other people is actually very difficult. Unfortunately, many people who are often “GE-ER” are considered smart, even though they are only considered normal by the people around them, instead they are considered strange.

But it’s a different story if you do the tricks below. You can do this trick at work or at school, especially when you’re hanging out with your friends.

I have proven this method 100% and it is very useful to increase your self-esteem. This method from me is guaranteed only from people who have been appreciated in their lifetime, or People who are not lonely.

If I? Many appreciate and There are also some who are condescending. Okay, let’s just take a look at it for further explanation on this topic!

When discussing, never give an opinion at the beginning and always express your opinion at the end

First but not last, never give your opinion at the beginning, when there is a discussion whatever the type and event.

If this has become your habit, then get rid of the habit of giving an opinion at the beginning.

Don’t just say “yes I agree”, “yes that’s a good opinion”, “right” and enter your opinion too

Take a bit of information from those who speak first. Take a little bit of other people’s opinions and mention the person who said that.

Never show off your achievements/skills if you don’t ask

Never occasionally show off your achievements or skills if you are not asked. Instead of raising self-esteem, this actually makes you considered a person who wants to show off.

Worse yet, your interlocutor may think that you want to be noticed by others, and the place where you are talking to is the other person.

Even so, don’t really be a quiet person either. Yes, that’s basically the point, just positioning.

If you don’t know the answer to a question, don’t pretend to know

Don’t know anything about anything. If you don’t know, then you don’t have to pretend to know, that’s a rough term.

Never say “hm” or any sound that comes out of your mouth when you think.

And more importantly, never give out personal opinions or asbun if you are really dark with the discussion.

Ask if you don’t understand

The continuation of the points above, you have to ask a lot of questions if you really don’t understand.

Asking doesn’t make you look stupid at all. By asking, you will actually understand a little more what is being said.

In addition, you indirectly already appreciate what topics they talk about.

Understand as much as possible what the other person is talking about, even if he doesn’t speak clearly

Pay attention to someone who is talking and nod as if they understand. Or if necessary, write down what he says, even if you don’t understand what he is saying.

Don’t talk too fast

Not all of your listeners are fast learners. You have to learn exactly who you are talking to.

Make a conclusion at the end of the results of other people’s opinions at the end of the conversation

By making certain conclusions at the end of the conversation or at the end of the conversation, the other person will perceive you as a person with sharp intuition.

I’ve always done this myself. Examples of concluding sentences vary, depending on the context.

For example, you discuss about a joint trip to the Sentul area. So at the end of the conversation you will say:

“Okay tomorrow we will go to Sentul for a trip to Blablabla, okay!”