If you’re socially awkward, people will steer away from you.
If you’re socially awkward and know it, people will accept you you.
If you’re socially awkward and point it out in a self-aware manner, people will identify with you.
If you’re socially awkward and help other socially awkward people be okay with their awkward selves, you’re Tony Robins.
Understanding who you are and being willing to accept your own faults makes you more likely to accept the faults of others. Instead of hiding all your faults and pretending to be perfect, why not accept your weirdness and lower your standards of perfection for yourself and those around you. It might just make you a hero.