1. Take initiative and reach out 2. Show that you're friendly 3. Be a good listener 4. Say yes - Be open to wherever the conversation takes you 5. Smile 6. Don’t set your expectations too high or expect too much from one person 7. Compliment others 8. Be curious and ask questions 9. Be intentional - Set goals for yourself to make new friends 10. Show up 11. Stay in touch - Don’t forget to call or message them
You are invited... Let's Make Friends today at 3 P.M. (EST)
Join by computer/tablet/smartphone: zoom.us/j/3118484571 or Join by phone: 1-312-626-6799 | Event ID: 311 848 4571
This will be a great opportunity to meet new people and to practice the 11 Tips On How To Make Friends.
See you soon and don't forget to share the invitation with your friends.
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Charting the LifeCourse was created to help individuals and families of all abilities and all ages develop a vision for a good life, think about what they need to know and do, identify how to find or develop supports, and discover what it takes to live the lives they want to live.
Join us this Saturday, September 17th from 7:00 - 9:00 P.M. (EST) for Virtual Speed Friends!
Let’s face it, by now you know it is hard to make new friends. Not any more! Join us and we guarantee you will have a ton of fun and meet some awesome new people.
How Does It Work? - Join the event and after a quick introduction, participants are given a number and paired up in virtual breakout rooms - Participants have 5 minutes to chat and learn about each other - Participants then rotate to another room - Participants keep track of whom they would like to get to know better - At the end participants turn in the numbers of people they would like to get to know better. If both participants choose each other, they receive one another’s contact information