You can get better at pretty much anything with practice.
The ideal situation is where you enjoy practicing, so getting better is fun.
Like musicians. They like to play, and they like to practice.
Compared to when I was a kid and I HAD to practice the violin.
Unfortunately, when it comes to a lot of things, we don’t seem to see them as “practice and get better” frame.
We see them through the, “some people are good and some people aren’t” frame.
Especially when it comes to anything regarding our brains.
Intelligence, learning ability, these are commonly thought to be “set in stone” but in reality they are very fluid.
Another thing that is very fluid (able to get better with practice) are social skills.
Most of us see somebody who is naturally outgoing and think, “Wow, I could never be that way.”
Which is OK if you really don’t like mingling with strangers. These days it can be pretty easy to hang out at home and STILL make a pretty good living.
However, for those who WANT to improve their social skills, it can seem pretty difficult.
Because most of the ideas of doing things like this require you to “feel the fear and do it anyway,” or “push through your anxiety,” until it becomes less of an issue.
While that DOES work, it requires a TON of motivation.
Luckily there IS another way. To increase your comfort zone from the inside out. So you can continue to feel comfortable while doing new behaviors.
After all, something like being exceptionally confident and outgoing can help out in a lot of ways.
Job interviews, capitalizing on opportunities, or just having fun in social situations.
Even if you ONLY want to be socially outgoing when you need to, it’s much better to HAVE the ability, just in case.
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