Monday, January 23, 2012

Simple tricks to make more friends

Finding friends can be hard sometimes, and in this article I just wanted to highlight a few simple techniques you can use to be more social, outgoing, and to make more friends.

The first is to play up all the good things about yourself; think about if you’re talented, funny, or what you have to offer people. Find something about you that people will want to be around and get to know.

Support your friends, because nobody likes someone who isn’t going to be there, or is going to stab them in the back, so always make sure you’re there for your friends when they need you.

Have confidence, because everyone is naturally attracted to someone who is strong, who can take initiative, and who knows what they want in life.

Be the person you would want other people to be to you, and just make sure you treat others the way you would want to be treated. This includes always being trustworthy, honest, straightforward, and never lying or hurting other people.

Also, people love someone who is a good listener, and who is willing to be a listening ear when they need it. So make sure that you’re always willing to listen to and support your friends when they need someone to talk to.

If you’d like to learn more about how to make friends, you can check out my website popularity secrets to learn more about how to approach people and become likeable.

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