Martin Luther King Jr is a personal hero of mine. Today, in celebration of MLK day, I've posted an excerpt from one of his greatest (but least-known speeches) on Improve Your Social Skills. I encourage you to read the Excerpt from MLK's address to a Methodist youth leadership conference and be inspired. Once you read it, come back and leave a comment with your thoughts.
So in the week since I've launched the site, I've been thinking a lot about first impressions.
Specifically, I've been thinking about the first impression that people have of the site. I think Improve Your Social Skills has a lot of great content, but if nobody ever moves past the front page, nobody will ever discover what it has to offer.
The same thing is true in relationships. If you never move past "Hello" with someone, it's hard for them to get to know the amazing person that you are.
Fortunately, it's easy to make a great first impression if you know how. I have three easy tips for making a great first impression. Over the next two weeks, we'll discuss how to remember names and how to get the other person talking about their favorite topic. But first, let's explore how you can make a heart-to-heart connection using body language.Read More
Improve Your Social Skills launches today.
It's been a long road. I began the guide on February 24, 2011. Nearly one year later, I finally get to share it with you.
Improve Your Social Skills has more than 28,000 words across more than 50 pages. If it were a printed book it would be over 100 pages long. It's the product of a year of work and a decade of study, and now it's available to help people around their world improve their social skills and build the fulfilling, meaningful relationships that they deserve.
28,000 words later, I finally find myself at a loss for words. Read More