has let the art of socializing slip through the cracks. Most people have been leaving their lives as if they are here to live in order to work rather than working in order to live. A key benefit to life in itself seems [private] to be lost as we no longer set aside time to meet new people as we used to.
It is key to make socializing a priority in your list of things to do. By starting out with steps you can turn this into a habit and by this you will get very and regularly good at it. Set aside time every week to get very involved with the people you do know, enjoying their lives with them. Take some time to cultivate relationships with people that you know less just as an acquaintance maybe. When you touch base with a new person again asked them to share conversation and copy it at some time.
It is very good to be entertaining at your home once a week. On top of this you should absolutely accept all invitations that you get. You can arrange to have a dinner party once a week and to the people that you invite encourage your guests to bring new people you have not met before. Have friends over for a potluck. “Why don’t you come along and go ahead and bring a friend. I’d like to meet new people.”
Classes that involve social interaction are great places to meet new people. Topics such as cooking, wine tasting, foreign language often have much student to student participation rather than a bunch of people in their own listening to a lecture.
When you find yourself in these venues with people make sure you sit in the middle. That’s where the popular people often sit in those that sit in the center are the ones that get noticed.
In this world there is no rejection, all there is is selection. Odds habit that one out of 16 eligible people will be your matched opposite therefore being your click. Remember that blissful and relaxed feeling when talking to certain people that you just know that you guys get along effortlessly and might be friends forever.
Rejection is a chance for self reflection, learning how to alter your next time. Ask yourself “what did I learn?” And follow this question up with statements to how and what you will do differently next time. A person who will do the same thing over and over again will get the same results. Those who expect different results will be disappointed. Any time you see rejection is merely a cue to move onto the next person. You have been saved time by finding out what this person is like pretty quickly. Easy to move to the next one. [/private]