This dog was laying on a street of Udaipur, India. She was about to die of starvation, hopeless and dehydrated.
Shee wagged his tail to everyone who passed by, hoping someone would help her.
Bus driver gets surprise birthday celebration
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Sam Tageson, a lifelong San Jose Sharks fan with a health condition, gets to realize his dream of practicing and skating on the ice as a member of the Sharks.
Embarrassed face of a police officer after he was caught on camera buying new shoes for a homeless man
When breaking up with someone, make a list of the reasons that made you break up with that person. If you’re thinking of getting back together, read that list
We tend to idealize our partners after a while. We forget their defects and the reasons that made us get away in the first place. This list is really helpful in those moments when we feel lonely and tempted to call again.
When introverted and going to a party where you don’t know a lot of people, go a bit earlier. With less people you’ll be more likely to connect with some folks
By Nick Notas
How many times have you avoided talking to someone new because you were afraid that:
- You wouldn’t know what to say.
- You would eventually run out of things to talk about.
- Conversation would be boring or awkward.
That kind of self-doubt can be paralyzing. But you’re not alone.
Each week I get dozens of questions like, “Nick, can you please just tell me exactly what to say? That would really help me get started.”
I wish I could provide you guys with a miracle fix but then I’d just be another scammy marketer.
Conversations are dynamic and unique. You’re speaking with different people, with different personalities, in different situations. If you’re having the same conversations with all of them, then you’re never truly connecting with any of them.
Let go of the idea that a discussion is a mathematical formula. Stop looking for the “secret” to learning how to talk to people.
The answer is to become socially confident through real-world experience.
What I can provide you with are proven guidelines to make those experiences easier and more successful. But it’s still up to you to apply them.
Here are my 17 tips towards mastering conversation with new people.