6 years ago when I got into this whole develop your social skills thing I found a website that had a profound impact on my life, The Art of Charm, founded by Jordan Harbinger.
Regularly I would tune in to their podcast and implement the advice into my own direct experiences. (The other resource I used a lot was Andrew Warner’s Mixergy.)
Fast forward to a few months ago. I’m in San Francisco visiting friends and I reach out to Andrew Warner. He invites me to a scotch night he’s hosting for a few friends. I show up not knowing what to expect and you’ll never guess who’s there: Jordan Harbinger. A few weeks later we’ve had a few conversations and he invites me to be a guest on the podcast. How cool is that?
The Art of Charm brings together the best coaches in the industry to teach you guys how to crush it in life, love and at work. Imagine having a mix of experienced mentors teaching you their expertise packing decades of research, testing and tough lessons into a concise curriculum.
In this episode you will learn:
- Is video game addiction real?
- How video game addiction looks at its worse, practical tips for getting over your addiction and how to make up for the lost time.
- How to surround yourself by people that matter.
- The concept of reverse engineering, a framework for accomplishing your goals.
- The key lesson I learned after working as a dishwasher at a restaurant.
- How to deal with and overcome a deep and dark depression.
- How to transition from a 9-5 job to running your own business.
- A major insight into my experiences being bullied in school and what to do if you are being bullied.
Want to develop YOUR social skills?
I’m currently accepting 2 clients for my coaching program. If you want to develop your social skills, build your confidence and surround yourself by people who inspire you, email me and I can share more with you about it.
Here’s what one client emailed me recently: “I had a great conversation with this girl that I met at a coffee shop this evening and thought I’d let you know! The outcome would have probably been very different before April.”