Improve Your Social Skills is a comprehensive, practical guide to social skills. It explains the core principles of social interaction in clear, easy to follow lessons.
I wrote Improve Your Social Skills after spending ten years studying social skills. Growing up, I was the most socially awkward kid you would ever hope to meet. But when I was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome, I realized that my social problems were caused by a lack of social skills, not by some inherent flaw in my character.
After my diagnosis, I dedicated the next decade of my life to the study of social skills. I created Improve Your Social Skills to share what I learned with you. The principles in Improve Your Social Skills have made an incredible difference in my own life, and I believe they can help you as well.
When you're ready to explore the guide, just pick a lesson from the basic guide and start reading. The basic guide is 100% free, and covers lessons in conversation, body language, and the theory of learning social skills.
If you'd like to maximize your social skills improvement, you can become a paid member to access the advanced guide. The advanced guide teaches you how to easily handle complex social situations like making friends or showing true empathy. Membership is "pay what you want", so you only have to pay what you feel the guide is worth. And, there's lots of free content, so you can read at length before you make the decision to become a member.
Not sure where to start? I recommend beginning with the section on conversation. You can also read my manifesto to learn the purpose behind the site.
However you choose to begin, I wish you luck on your social skills journey. You have at your fingertips the blueprints for social success, and you have taken the first step on the path to meaningful relationships and enduring friendships. Good luck!
Improve Your Social Skills is written by me, Dan Wendler. I live in Austin, Texas and I like people.
Want to know more about me? You can read my bio and my story of overcoming Asperger's syndrome, or you could check out the TEDx talk I gave about my life.
Still curious about something? Send me an email and say hello!