Last week, I went on a 4-day trip with a few friends. We visited two cities and drove quite a bit. I happen to like organizing trips and preparing fun adventures so I ended up organizing the whole thing: timing, hotels, choice of restaurants, transport, I even booked access to a club with an amazing […]
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.
In this article, we’re going to deal with possibly the BIGGEST problem that you may run into when meeting new people and trying to make friends. In fact, it’s so frustrating that it may even get you to AVOID meeting new people altogether.
Have you ever been in this situation?
You meet a new person, you would like to make friends with him or her, you KNOW that you would make a great friend for them, and yet, you couldn’t really talk and express yourself freely.
Have you ever struggled to get answers to questions like: “Why are some people always looked at as “cool”, while others aren’t?” “Is being “cool” something that can be learned or you either have it or you don’t?”
You’re About to Learn How To Carry a Conversation in a Way that Makes You Sound Fun and Interesting and Have Topics Come Up By Themselves.
I want to tell you how to unlock a recurring problem that many people will never be able to solve.