David Hamilton – Authentic Social Influence Weeks 1-3
Are you at ease talking to people everywhere you go?
Or do you find it difficult to build great connections?
Do you want more work and life success through being more social?
At some point we all experience frustration at doing these things well (or at all), or seeing others be successful at it. Some people just cringe at the thought of being actively social, though they know they are limiting themselves.
If we are always outside-looking-in it can be hard to know exactly how to become a social master. It seems like a mystery from the outside, because without the understanding of the inner workings and mindset of a social virtuoso, AND how to integrate them, we feel lost.
Actually, there’s a lot of confusion around what it means to be social, and the misconception that only “extraverts” can do it.
This just isn’t the case.
The most social guy I’ve ever seen is an introvert, on the quieter side, yet he’s like the mayor of the city wherever he goes.
I too used to be one of those who cringed at being social, until one day I’d had enough and drew up a deep desire to become a social man – in both my business and my personal life.
In fact, I used to suffer from social anxiety but made it my mission to do everything I could to be social AND authentic. For many years I lacked the skills to do it: I was awkward, quiet in groups, and used to suffer from a great deal of social anxiety.
As I started to dissolve what I call my “anti-social mindset,” I realized that, as human beings, we are naturally social creatures. The more social we are, the more we “succeed.” So I broke those patterns, and I’m happy to be teaching what I’ve learned through this course.
As someone who has gone through the process of changing from very socially awkward to extremely social, I’ve designed Authentic Social Influence (ASI) to help you learn the inner mindset and outer skills needed to take your social life in business and leisure to the next level.
Please join us in the ASI course if you want to expand your social skills and life in an authentic way.