A few months ago, I was interviewed by Kiara Moore on how to get a social life and make new friends as a busy professional. I wanted to share with you our interview here, to help inspire you to get a social life that makes you happier, instead of getting stressed out by friends who don’t understand you.
In this article, I’d like to answer the questions like “what is friendship?”, “what is a friend?”. If you understand the meaning of friendship, you’re better off in making friends. It’s especially important because it give you a clear idea of what to expect from a friendship.
Recently, I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing Sanchita Saha, founder of the Friendship App, CitySocializer. Citysocializer helps people connect IRL (in real life) with other locals and newcomers to a particular city. Local ambassadors organize events and group activities that can help connect you with likeminded people.
Welcome to edition #28 of our news series, where we share with you the latest resources we’ve found on social skills, making friends, and more. In this edition, we’ll look at research that further proves the importance of friendship in the advancement of all cultures, and how friends affect physical and mental health even more so than […]
In this edition, we’ll learn how emotional intelligence is just as important in business as having a high IQ, and find out what one trait will make you a truly successful employee.
In this addition, we’ll find out what women on Craigslist are REALLY looking for, and dive into new information that the “love” hormone may also be key to social interaction.
Find out if heartbreak and hurt feelings are as impactful as physical pain and how smartphones and social media may be negatively affecting our children.
Technology can replace many jobs, but not those that social skills. In this article, we also talk about making friends at work, and why it’s so valuable to workplace happiness.
In this edition, we’ll discuss a simple strategy for mastering small talk and show you that making friends as an adult doesn’t have to be complicated.
Here we’ll discuss the correlation between feeling lonely and work exhaustion and reveal how loneliness is becoming a greater health threat than we realize.