Let’s be honest, who doesn’t want to be cool? From our kindergarten years to when we’re old and gray, being cool is the one thing we all aspire to. Why? Well, that’s an easy question: because we all want to be liked and loved. Now, to the hard question: how do you do it?
The Ways To Be Cool And Popular
Being cool won’t happen overnight. It’s not something anyone is born with, and it’s not something you can buy/ rent/ borrow. It is something only you can make happen to you. Here’s how.
Rule number one: Confidence. There is no way this can be stressed out enough: you need to exude confidence even if you’re feeling a little insecure. This is a case of fake-it-till-you-make-it. Don’t worry, even the coolest of people have their weak moments, you’ll just never have the chance to see them. Act like you own the room when you enter a bar/ house/ restaurant/ office. Don’t be cocky, be sure of yourself. Keep thinking “I’ve got this” and keep your shoulders and your back straight.
The second rule to reaching high levels of coolness is to not try to hard. If there’s a person you believe is not into you, ignore them. Smile when people make a negative remark about you, don’t try to correct them or change their opinions. Always think that your energy is too precious to spend on people and situations that are lost causes. Life always has the answer, they may (or may not) change their minds given time.
The third thing to do to be cool is to observe someone you admire and get as much from that person as you can. If you can actually befriend that person, you get bonus coolness points. Careful, though, you don’t want to suck up to them or imitate, because these things are totally uncool. You want to check out how they act and what makes them special to you. Then see how much of that you can apply in practice.
Rule number four is to know the rules of any situation you find yourself in (a work environment, a social gathering, etc.), and to not be afraid to break them when you see fit. Think about the classic James Dean and Marlon Brando roles. Did they abide by rules? No. Were they cool? Absolutely; and still are to this day. The same goes for every 007 ever. That’s because a person who’s not afraid to break the rules appears to be confident (see rule #1) and powerful.
In a nutshell, if you want to be cool (who doesn’t, right?), you need to first and foremost believe in yourself and carry your personality with pride, not pay too much attention to what negative people say, focus on those who have your respect, break some rules if you must (within reason, of course), and not try too hard to be someone you’re not. Be the best version of yourself and proud of it; the rest will come.
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