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checkmark-greenMoved cities and finding it hard to meet new people?
checkmark-greenOld friends not as social as they used to be?
checkmark-greenWant to be able to meet people who match your personality?


Meeting new people can be difficult as adults. As children we made instant connections with everyone we met. As work and other responsibilities take hold we tend to loose touch with old friends through one thing or another. This can be compounded by a change in circumstances like moving either to another city or even a country. I made it my goal to crack this and I have spent the last years travelling all around the world meeting people and more importantly making those people my friends.

If I can do this I know you can. I compiled this book as a practical guide with challenges to really get you out there and meeting new people, not just reading about how it can be. Are you ready for the challenge? Ready to change your life and meet some amazing people? Click below and get the book.


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How to Make Friends As An Adult

A Practical Step by Step Guide to Making New Friends in 21 Days.

 
Making friends as adults can be difficult, work, family and other responsibilities get in the way and you don't have the time. In this book I set goals that are easily attainable around your current lifestyle, helping you to meet new people in any situation.

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TESTIMONIALS

tom

“I now feel like I’ve got enough reference points to go out into the world and approach whoever I want.  Of course the fear always creeps back in, but now I know I am actually capable of it. My goal now is to keep practising and take things up a level.”

Tom, 25
sam

“I’ve had the pleasure of coaching alongside Rich and even as a trainer, I’ve learnt so much from him. He carries himself like a true professional and has a wealth of knowledge you can learn from. Rich cares deeply about his students; he’s always looking at how he can help them overcome their obstacles and maximise their potential. If you have the opportunity to work with Rich, do it. You won’t regret it.”

Sam Thomas Davies

www.samuelthomasdavies.com