3 Secrets to Get Anyone To Like You Right Away (Video by Career Expert, Pete Leibman)

This video/article has ben moved over to my new blog. Check it out here: http://peteleibman.com/careerblog/3-secrets-to-being-more-likeable/

-Pete Leibman
-Founder of Dream Jb Academy
-Author of “I Got My Dream Job and So Can You”
-Featured on Fox, CBS, and CNN

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8 Comments on “3 Secrets to Get Anyone To Like You Right Away (Video by Career Expert, Pete Leibman)”

  1. Kathleen Says:

    Hi Pete,
    I enjoyed your video blog! I’ll especially reinforce with students that third tip–establishing a commonality with the other person. Most students want to establish relationships with alumni (they instinctively know their commonality in that situation!) but they tend to shy away from making connections with others.
    Thanks for the blog,
    Kathleen

  2. Tom Furlong Says:

    Pete-

    Great job with the video blog, your message quickly comes across to the viewer. I look forward to future v-blogs

  3. Cheri McLaughlin Says:

    That was a refreshingly simple and helpful video clip. Thank you. I sent the link to one of the students I was talking with just yesterday about networking along the career journey.


  4. Pete – loved your “how to get people to like you”. Very true and often not thought of in that way. Step 2 or caring about them is so important. Janet

  5. Amy Cooper Says:

    Great thoughts. Keep it up!


  6. Damn I wish I’d seen this last week!


  7. Pete – this is great! I love how you made it short & sweet but were able to flesh out your three points. You have such great advice for college students and I love referring them to your blog. Hope to have you to campus someday!


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