If you struggle getting people to like you or to do as you ask, you may have a problem peopling. Having strong people skills helps you predict behaviour, relate to others and socialise better. A trait essential for good peopling is self-confidence. Not to be confused with arrogance, being socially assertive means you can sustain your ideas, and stand up for yourself without aggression. Insecurity breeds a host of social problems so focus on establishing clear bounderies. The ability to empathise means you are able to decode the emotions of those around you, helping you navigate social situations much easier. Improve your intuition by learning to read body language helps you interpret intentions. Charisma is a skill that can be worked on to help you in social situations. Being approachable and dependable are two key components that you can work on daily.