How to Be Sociable - The School Of Life

How to Be Sociable

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  • Sociability
We all long to have sincere, intimate, warm-hearted and interesting meetings with friends and strangers - but too often, we fail to connect as we would like to. This is a class expressly designed to teach us the skills to have the kind of social life we deserve.

Virtual event

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£40 - 55

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More About the Class

What will I learn?

How to Be Sociable teaches:

  • What should our friendships be for?
  • What is charm and how do we acquire it?
  • How can one be at ease in social situations?
  • What makes a good conversationalist?
  • What makes a good listener?

The format of this class is highly interactive and involves a combination of teaching, group discussion and individual reflection. The facilitators of the class aim to create a confidential space where all participants are welcome to contribute freely and comfortably. If you have any questions about the format of the class please get in touch at [email protected].

Testimonials


‘Really welcoming to those coming by themselves and very interesting theoretical information/discussions’


‘Really enlightening experience; thank you so much’


‘Excellent; good fun and thought provoking’


‘Fantastic experience; varied practical exercises; dynamic and engaging teacher; absolutely great;’


What is ‘How to be Sociable’?

This is a class expressly designed to teach us the skills to have the kind of social life we deserve. It shows us how to escape unfruitful and loneliness-inducing small talk and how elegantly to start to have properly enriching connections with others. We are not only shown where we are going wrong, we’re given practical guidance – and group rehearsals – in winning strategies.

What is ‘How to be Sociable’?

This is a class expressly designed to teach us the skills to have the kind of social life we deserve. It shows us how to escape unfruitful and loneliness-inducing small talk and how elegantly to start to have properly enriching connections with others. We are not only shown where we are going wrong, we’re given practical guidance – and group rehearsals – in winning strategies.



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