12 new social recruits

  Social resources are distributed along social networks. Therefore, having a social network is often easy to get social help and resolve social risks. Most people even graduate from college, social relations are limited to relatives and friends, classmates, and the circle of friends outside the campus is very small, and there are limitations when they get social careers and opportunities. Some people have social fears because they are unskilled in social skills. The following tips are provided for developing unfamiliar social relationships for reference.

  Enter social activities: go to lectures, conferences, volunteers for various social activities, internships, social surveys, social welfare activities, and even travel. It is very difficult to develop social relations in schools. It is appropriate to put weekends and holidays on off-campus activities, thus entering the non-campus social activities circle.

  Prepare your business card: Write your school, department, and other campus titles. With a business card, you have a reason to get the contact information of the other party. You can tell the other person with politeness and respect. You appreciate him/her very much and want to exchange a business card. Even if the other party does not, you can ask the other party to leave contact information. After getting a business card or other contact methods, you should send an email or text message.

  Don’t just talk to the high ones: they have too many admirers, so the value of communication is low. Social friends from ordinary occupations – journalists, self-employed individuals, designers, secretaries, accountants, and consultants are all very valuable, and they are more likely to interact, not to despise others because too many people chase.

  Peaceful mindset in sociality: You are no better than the people in the society, and no worse than them. You always have some new news and interesting things that are only available on campus. When you communicate with people cheerfully and enthusiastically, they will feel the youthful innocence of the campus, and some people will miss their college days. You are exchanging information with people of different structures, and the difference in information determines that you also have your own value.

  Decent and enthusiastic expression of willingness to communicate: When you believe in others, try to find something that others can appreciate, don’t be too nauseating or too dry; you can also raise some questions, not too much or too aggressive; you can also find Relevance, for example, you have studied other people’s companies or articles written by him; you can also suggest similarities, such as fellowship or the same subject.

  Keep a positive first impression: the dress should be clean and tidy, the instrument should be warm and courteous, and the letter should be positive. People always have a warning to strangers, and a positive image will create a willingness to interact with you, so have time to study your own image, use your heart instead of using money, pay attention rather than casually.

  Establishing relationships is more important than getting help: strangers do not have the obligation to help you, but acquaintances are different. The first step is to learn to share the opportunity of easy conversation with yourself by sharing information and feelings of life. In the future, we will reach a certain level and discuss other topics in depth.

  Send a small gift that represents your heart: there is no need to send expensive gifts, but handwritten cards, a book you like, and small things made by hand are very precious to people in the society. How many people will receive gifts? Touch, that is the psychological compensation space for your future interactions.

  Avoid stupid questions: big, ignorant or obvious problems, such as “I want to start a business”, “How do I know my hobbies”, “Is really so useless”, etc. Don’t ask directly, but express yourself often Worried about this type of problem, but I don’t know from what point of thinking. When you talk to strangers, you can cut in from your stories and events, and try to use some of your ideas as a basis for communication at the beginning.

  Thinking and creating valuable topics: active discussion in the fields of history, geography, fashion, psychology, workplace, entrepreneurship, art, literature, urban life, and food. Communicate at points of mutual interest and show interest in areas where others are proud and you are not good at it. The topic will enable social relationships to be maintained and deepened.

  Extending social relations: Existing friends constitute the foundation of social credit. After obtaining certain social relationships outside the campus, friends of friends can be appropriately developed into friends and the scale of social interaction can be improved. At the same time, pay attention to the development of multi-source social relations, which can not only improve the variety and quality of social relationships, but also make friends of different types.

  Pay attention to social taboos: Don’t ask for too much or accept practical and significant help; don’t ask for money: don’t meet one-on-one or travel together when you first know; don’t care too much about other people’s private lives, avoid discussing emotional and sexual topics; Don’t accept expensive gifts; you can express your opinions when you disagree with others, but you don’t need sharp confrontation.