- I seldom know what to say or do to get others to like me.
- If I put my mind to it, I could get anybody to like me.
- If I want someone to like me, I can usually create positive feelings between us.
- I am good at getting others to want to hang around with me.
- I tend to associate less with people who are critical.
- I often visit people without being invited.
- I am cautious about expressing my poinions until I know people quite well. (Editor’s note: I’m afraid I don’t know what a “poinion” is – does that disqualify me?)
- I am very sensitive to any sign that a person might not want to talk to me.
- It seldom embarrasses me to ask someone for a favor.
- I often say what I belive, even when it alienates the person with whom I am speaking.
And there's more where that came from.
Sorry guys: I’m all about research, but your dale carnegie-esque questions are kinda creeping me out. (Not to mention that Assistant Professors should have figured out spell check by now – see “strongy disgree”, “poinions” and “belive”.)
Any takers? You can find the link to the survey here »