Learn simple, practical techniques on how to improve your social world through the process of "Kingdom Building."
Building a social circle from zero can seem overwhelming and intimidating to most people. Where do you even begin?
Add to that the pressure most people put on themselves when it comes to approaching new people and being the one to initiate conversations.
Thankfully, there is an answer to both these dilemmas. At Brojo, we call it Kingdom Building.
In this course, you will learn:
This course is designed by Mitch Kwan, one of the best connectors and social masters in New Zealand.
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This course has been merged into a masterclass. Click the masterclass here for details & enrollment.
Do you feel limited in your social world? Humans crave social connection, but we're not taught how to deal with the fears and limiting beliefs we face. This course focuses on the mindset and practical exercises that will help you to be come socially fearless in a practical way.
The following courses need to be completed prior to taking this course.
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This course is offered on UDEMY. To see details & purchase it there, click the button here.
I am trying to ensure I make the most of social interactions, however small, by not doing just the bare minimum and instead making more spontaneous remarks or jokes, or asking more questions. I am doing this in all places rather than choosing one. I feel positive about it. I've realised that there is nothing wrong with opening yourself out more to the world as a general attitude, as long as you are true to your values.
There are so many opportunities I have been missing out on! Now I've decided what my 'kingdoms' will be and started treating those places as my own, creating comfort zones by regularly getting to know the people in them.