You’ve been lied to.
Truth be told – going to school and getting good grades wont land you in a position of success, in fact it might do the exact opposite.
I know this from experience.
The thing is, WHO you know matters more than WHAT you know.
There’s a significantly positive correlation between your ability to relate to others and your success in life.
You need to have good social skills in order to make friends, get dates and succeed in all areas of life.
If you lack social confidence, you’re severely handicapping yourself.
Here are 5 simple ways to overcome your shyness once and for all.
Set Small Goals
Social confidence is a learnable skill. But just like anything, it’s hard before it gets easy.
Trying to do too many things at once can feel overwhelming.
So don’t spread yourself too thin. Keep it simple.
Lower the bar and manage your expectations. Nothing builds social confidence faster than seeing results.
The only way you’ll improve is when you’re continuously being challenged.
That’s why you need to always take risks and try something you’ve never done before.
Work on expressing your true personality in every situation. The more authentic you are, the faster you’ll find the right relationships for you.
It’s hard to improve if you don’t know exactly what to work on.
That’s why having someone show you your blind spots is critical.
Ask people you know, like and trust to give you feedback about how they see you and what you could work on.
Get them to tell you your strengths and weaknesses.
By doing this, you’ll get a better understanding of yourself, how you’re showing up to others and what you can do better.
Find Socially Skilled People
The fastest way to get good at something is to find someone who has what you want and figure out how they did it.
Observe the mindset and behaviour of someone who’s socially skilled. Find ways to make it your own.
Success leaves clues. All you have to do is follow it.
Small actions done repeatedly produce massive results.
By meeting new people, talking to them and connecting with them, your social confidence muscle gets bigger.
As your social skills get better, you’ll find yourself feeling more confident in any social setting.
Eventually, connecting with other people will become a habit. You’ll begin to notice a wider range of opportunities in your life.
I hope you’ve enjoyed learning this as much as I’ve enjoyed writing this for you.
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