How Likable Are You? 5 Important Things Will Make You More Likable

In today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income, Mark and Scott talk to Arel Moodie from TheArtOfLikability. Arel has started and ran several companies. Inc. Magazine called him a High-energy motivator and he’s on their 30 under 30 list. Essence Magazine said he should be the poster boy for rags-to-riches stories, and he is one of America’s top young speakers! 

Today he is here to talk to us about the importance of being liked and the 5 important things to help you become more likable, which he calls the 5-S System: 

  • Special—How are you going to make that other person feel special?
  • Satisfy—Stick to your word. If you say that you’re going to do something, then do it!
  • Smile—Not only focus on your smile, but how are you going to make that other person smile.
  • Standards—Acknowledge the best in yourself and in other’s as well.
  • Sincerity—Being genuine is key to likability! 

It’s important to take all of these into consideration when you are doing business with someone but also in life in general.  

Listen in as Arel discusses more into the details of his 5-S system.



Mark: Become more likable and learn more about Arel by going to his website at

Scott: Read the book Be Obsessed or Be Average by Grant Cardone.

Arel: A weekly strategy that Arel calls Phonebook Roulette. Open up your contact list on your phone, and take your finger and swipe up and down and just stop. Whichever name you stop on, write that person a text message. Don’t ask for anything, just say, Hi, I was just thinking about you and I want to let you know I really appreciate you. A lot of times we get so busy in life we can’t tell people how much they mean to us but I want to tell you, you mean a lot to me. Sincerely...

Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?

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