Examples of sincerity include giving people compliments that reflect your true inner feelings, performing acts of kindness without expecting anything in return and maintaining the same personality when alone or in the presence of others.
Sincere people tend to remain positive in social situations and actively seek to know more about other people, Using body language, touch and maintaining eye contact, sincere people exude confidence and genuine interest in the ideas, opinions and feelings of others. Sincere people also accept personal failure and do not feel afraid to discuss these failures.
Adopting a sincere personality requires the ability to ask questions, observe other sincere people and accept personal imperfections. Instead of arguing with others, sincere people try to find similarities or ask probing questions during conversations. Sincere people offer genuine praise and avoid speaking negatively about others.
Transitioning into a more sincere person also requires time. Developing new social habits requires patience and a sense of humor. The time it takes to develop new social habits depends on the frequency of social interaction and the responses from others. Start by maintaining eye contact and listening to other people. Ask open-ended questions to keep the conversation moving. Provide genuine responses to demonstrate sincerity.