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The purpose of this blog is simple - to help you improve your communication and social skills so you can be better in personal and professional social situations. In other words, to help you become the best version of yourself.
Hopefully you will find something practical and useful here...
A lot of people these days are wishing that they could improve their social skills (and maybe even more so, that other people improve theirs). I am here to tell you that it may not be as complicated as you think.
Acceptable social skills can be different for different situations, but they mostly come down to two things.
Social comfort essentially means how much you can relax in social situations. Whether you are talking to one person or one million, being comfortable dramatically increases your chances of finding success. And don't think that I am just talking about dating, relationships, or making friends. This applies in professional situations as well.
Acting with class
Being able to act with class in social and professional situations will separate you from a lot of people (unfortunately). Acting with class includes things like manners, etiquette, and generally showing respect to others. Make it you habit to go above and beyond in the ways that you should class and you will really stand out.
Focus on getting better in these two areas, and I truly believe that you will help improve your chances of getting happier, healthier, and richer. Time to start putting this into practice!
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I have been studying social skills for awhile - first for my own benefit and later to help others.
Have you ever heard of those videos made by a dying parent for their kids to watch when they grow up? If you haven't, the idea is usually that the parent gives the children advice that they won't be around in the future to give. The parent is basically using the video to travel in the future and talk to their child. Well, I am using that same idea to give social skills advice to you with a bit of a twist -
I am giving advice to my 18 year old self, as if I could go BACK in time
So, when I am giving advice to you in the present, I am really just trying to imagine that I could time travel and give advice to myself at a young age (18 to be exact). The advice I would give myself is the same advice that I would give to you (with obvious adjustments for specifics of individuals or present conditions) .
So, whether you read it here, hear me speak, or get individual 1 on 1 instruction, that is my general perspective. Hopefully I will be able to bring you some value as a result.
I will probably get deeper on this in the future, but here is my #1 social skills tip to help you in almost any social situation:
The key to having good social skills is committing 100% to being yourself