With #WFH and virtual meetings becoming the new normal, we’ve put together some tips that will help you navigate the dance of building new social and professional connections, even if the first time you meet your new friends is through a screen

Keywords: business , culture , guides

When you establish yourself as the host, you become the point person to go to. This opens up more opportunities for you to be the main point of contact for other new entrants. In both professional and social settings, this accelerates the rate of expanding your social circle and empowers you to organise future events or bond the community.

https://singaporeglobalnetwork.gov.sg/stories/business/the-secret-to-building-networks-quickly-in-a-new-place-wfh-edition

The way we learn to relate with others when we’re babies weaves the patterns we then repeat with every person we connect with for the rest of our lives

Keywords: relationships , wellness , fearful avoidant , hack , self awareness

It’s important to understand your/your loved ones attachment styles to use as another tool for communication & for your own self-awareness. The more attention we can concentrate on how one’s behavior & characteristics have been informed, the more we can come to appreciate the unique ways in which they express their love for us.

https://notesbynani.com/self-awareness-hack-whats-your-attachment-style

You have to make your connections by having friendly post, greeting your readers in the beginning of your post, liking and commenting on other blogs and make your blog noticeable

Keywords: business english , content writing

If you guys want me to make any special post clarifying your doubts I’ll be very happy to help y’all. You can comment down below about any doubts you have or can mail me.

https://businessmakingcommunicationeasy.wordpress.com/2020/08/23/starting-your-life-as-a-content-writer-having-no-idea-on-how-to-attract-your-readers

We need to connect with one another more often

Keywords: current events , covid 19 , friendship , loneliness , pandemic

research indicates even when we think we don’t want strangers to say hello or interact with us, we are happier when they do. It should no longer be taboo to talk to people on elevators and subways or to sit in the front seat on Lyft rides. You should pay close attention to body language and personal boundaries as you approach someone new, but you shouldn’t avoid eye contact at all cost. Even brief eye contact can make people feel more connected and included.

https://jettwriter.wordpress.com/2020/07/16/lets-tackle-loneliness-one-friendship-at-a-time