The First Step to a Social, Never Boring Life

This weekend was my 27th birthday. I was surrounded by close friends I had made over the past year. About 20 people sang Happy Birthday for me the night before at a karaoke bar, and 26 people came to my birthday brunch (three of them were my family members, but still). They all came together, connected with other friends, and got socialable-- all for me. I was overwhelmed with happiness!

One year ago, my birthday was on a Saturday night. Five people showed up to my birthday outing. So this year was a huge improvement. I was so grateful for everyone that came

I did quite a few things to change up my social life, and it's helped create the social life I have and love so much. The people you surround yourself with are people that will also influence your own thinking.

So how do you go about changing your social life? What's the first step?

Well, before you get on the road, it's always helpful to have a destination in mind. So I recommend looking into what kind of social life you want. Do you want a huge friend group? Do you want to know your neighbors better? Do you want just a few, close, intimate friends you see often and one-on-one? What kind of things do you want to have in common (aka what do you want to be doing together that you'll all enjoy doing) ? Do you want to consider friends you only go out and have fun with, or do you only want deep, meaningful conversations amongst your friends?

You might not have answers to all of these questions. Some of these answers may change with time. One thing is for certain, at least having an idea of what you want in a friend or friend group will help you so much with figuring out how to go ahead with building your social circle.

As a heads up, I'm going to World Domination Summit 2017 this week and will be coming back with a course to help you make your summer more social! Stay tuned for more details. If you want in on the list to be notified right away about this course, email me at

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