Meet new people not dating
To get the most out of this article, pick just five ideas that you’re most excited about.
Try them for three weeks and see what worked for you the most.
Professional Events : Fairs, Function-Driven Groups (example: sales, marketing, development, advertising, architects, lawyers, real estate, etc…). People go to these events to do “professional networking”.
That means they expect people to come and introduce themselves. Just don’t stay too much on the professional side of the conversation. If you go to a seminar about your subject of interest, how easier can it get to make new friends?
The downside is that all people won’t be of your age. : If you’ve never couch-surfed, you may wanna try it.
But still, you can always meet at least two to five friends, just through an NLP Group. Singles Clubs and Events and Speed Dating : These are fun, especially if you go with a friend or a female friend. I never did but heard great feedback on how interesting it is.
Obviously I haven’t tried everything here, but I tried most of it and ONLY included what makes sens for a young man to do to meet friends : Sports Class : Boxing, Gym and Aerobics, etc. It’s a good way to take care of yourself and meet people.
Walking can be great for your social life - and knowing you have the support of people around you is a great way to start and keep going.
You'll make friends, encourage each other, develop a network of supportive fellow walkers and discover new walks in and around your area.
Although, it’s always better to take a class where the people are young and interesting. If you want to do it just to meet friends, then fine. Hobbie/Sports-based Group : Photography, Guitare (or any other instrument) lovers, Fitness and Running Clubs, Improv Clubs, Actors Studio, Philosophy Lovers Club.
You can’t afford to waste your time in a class where you can’t meet friends. Facebook : Of course, you have to know how to do it properly, or else, you’ll waste a huge amount of time.