Soft skills are not measurable, but they are perceptible at first interaction. They can indicate if a person is a good listener, a strong communicator, a friendly companion, or an empathetic leader. The intrinsic characteristics of a socially skilled person must show attributes and capabilities that enable harmonious and effective interaction with others, besides a level of emotional intelligence. To a certain extent, some soft skills can be acquired, but others are inherent in a person, as a natural gift such as public speaking or logical problem-solving.