In this article, let’s talk about how to build, improve, and develop personality. We all want to have an attractive, interesting, and strong personality that makes others see us at our best and want to become and stay friends with us.
Are you tired of running out of things to say? Do you hate it when you feel out-of-step with the conversation? It’s all about social skills; every time you learn a social skill, you solve a social problem.
You probably know that there are actually cool people you’d actually want to get to know and befriend. So let’s polish up those social skills, let’s learn three tips to improve your social skills, so when you meet the right people… you’d be ready.
Let’s take a few minutes and review 6 conversation techniques that draw people to you. Why? Because they make you charming. They make a good conversation, even better.
When small talk seems boring, and you think that other people are having a boring conversation – maybe you’re missing out on great social and friendship opportunities.
This is part 2 of a long article that I wanted to share with you. If you haven’t read part 1, you can do so here. I wanted to share with you a series of sub-skills that make up that larger skill of knowing how to socialize effectively. Let’s remember, the purpose of socializing is mainly about meeting […]
For this 2-part article, let’s learn how to socialize when meeting entirely new people, or when meeting new people through existing friends.
Group-messaging can help you tremendously build a new social circle, or just maage your existing social circles. It helps you make plans, and develop friendships with much less time and effort.
This article helps you on how to start a conversation and make friends when you meet new people. It will help you break the ice, carry a conversation, and get the friendship started.
What would you consider a great social skills training for adults? In this article, I share my vision as I was making the advanced social skills training.
It’s time you learned how to make small talk. It’s a great social skill that you use to find if you have things in common so you can make new friends.