Making Friends – Why Leaving It To Chance Doesn’t Work, and What To Do Instead

Why Leaving Your Social Life To Chance Doesn’t Work… And What To Do Instead

If you ask the average person “what do you do every week to meet new people and make friends?”… their mind goes blank. They completely leave it to chance. They think that these things can’t be controlled and they should let fate do its work. That sounds great. Problem is… it doesn’t work.

And where do most people end up, socially? Well, they DO NOT have the friends they want. And they don’t meet enough new interesting new people. So they either keep feeling lonelier and lonelier everyday, or get stuck with some friends that don’t encourage them… and maybe even bore them. In this newsletter, I want to share with you how to avoid the pitfalls of leaving your social life to chance, and what to do to get the friends that you dream of.

If You Don’t Have The Friends You Want – Then You Need A Plan
One of the Secrets to making new friends is to know how to keep a conversation going, another is to know what to talk about to turn strangers into friends. Another secret is to have a clear plan that will get you the social life that you always wanted. I tried a lot of strategies to have great friends in my life. Some worked, some made me look ridiculous and desperate. In my eBook, I’m going to share with you the strategies that DO work:
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Why You Need a Plan for Meeting New Friends

Here are some of the reasons why everyone needs to have a clear idea on how to meet new people,… and NOT leave it to chance. Read through and see if this applies to You:

1. If you happen to be an introvert, then your natural instinct doesn’t push you to go socialize with people. That’s why, if you don’t pro-actively do it, it won’t happen.

2. Many people or friends you have will probably fade out of your life. Maybe they’ll move to new cities, get new jobs or get in romantic relationships or even get engaged and will no longer have any time for friends.

This is why I say that “If you’re not constantly making new friends,… you’re making less.”

3. If you do have a clear plan to meeting and making friends, you can consciously choose to be with people that will understand you, tolerate your flaws, encourage you, and also have lots of fun with you.

4. If you don’t have a clear idea on how to make new friends, then it’s hard to get out of loneliness. Loneliness is a vicious circle: it is caused by lack of social connection, yet… it discourages you from seeking it! If you have a clear idea on how to meet new people, you won’t get in that circle in the first place.

5. Meeting new friends is never boring, and it can energize you a lot to know exactly how to find new people, hang out with them, and learn from their stories.

6. If you’re shy and happen to fear that others will judge you, then having a clear plan on how to make friends prepares you mentally, and the tension is relieved.

In fact, shy people can solve this by planning to go to more low-pressure environments, instead of going to incredibly intimidating places.

7. Also, having a plan for your social life makes you mentally ready to have conversations with people you just meet, even if you usually have trouble maintaining conversations.

8. Last, but not least, not having a plan makes you simply not remember to take action and meet new people.

We often set “making new friends” as a goal for our lives, but many months go by… and we find that nothing happened! And of course, that’s because we didn’t intentionally build a way for ourselves to remember it.

It’s Time For A New Approach… A New Plan

Here are some steps that can get you started making progress in your social life:

Your hobbies and topics of interest: Take note of your top interests and hobbies. They can be the “social glue” that will help you connect with new friends.

The places you like to go: This seems too simple. But it’s very important. Be sure to have a clear idea on where you want to hang out with friends, and what you want to be doing with them. This is especially helpful when you’re suggesting plans to people. The more you know about how to have fun, the easier it will be for people to join you.

The Hubs: These are the people or places that will help you connect with new friends. For example, if you like meditation, or yoga, enroll in a class, or two or three, and join a meetup group, and attend. All the clubs/group, online and offline, that are related directly or indirectly to your hobbies or interested are the “hubs” that you need to be aware of.

The Routine: This is about taking the plan from paper to reality. This is where you realistically decide how often you’re going to go to the “hubs”. And you need to stick to it. You can put it in your calendar, if you want.

But, to take it to the next level, enroll to the class, so you have to go,… or join a meetup group, contact the manager and tell them that you want to help with the events… that commitment will motivate you to go there every time.

By going through these steps, you put yourself in the EASIEST position to make friends.

Your Social Life Can Be Much Better

Even for people who have big social skills problems, the things that work are simple. Yet, most people don’t know how to make them in the right sequence to make them work. It’s the proper use of the simple techniques that can make all the difference in your social life.

Just imagine what life would be like if you had people you can spend time with, have mutual understanding and appreciation. You could go out with them, having a great time, have awesome birthday parties, and memorable holidays and trips…

Be sure to apply the steps I shared with you. They should get you started.

And, if you would like to make an INSANE JUMP to the social life that you want… without having everyone notice that you’re making changes… and without having to scare yourself to death by talking to complete strangers, in awkward situations, then I recommend you get yourself a copy of my eBook.

In it, I share with you everything you need to know to start making friends in a regular basis, without making radical changes in your life, or in your personality.

This it’s a ONLY-WHAT-WORKS system, that delivers RESULTS instantly.

Try it for thirty days and tell me about your progress. Get it here: Start Making Friends

Best of luck in your social life,


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