Podcast #136: Meeting New People

 Posted by on 31 May 2012 at 8:00 am  Podcasts
May 312012
 

On Wednesday’s episode of Philosophy in Action Radio, I discussed “Meeting New People” with listeners. The podcast of that episode is now available for streaming or downloading.

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Podcast: Meeting New People

What are the best ways to seek out promising prospects for friendship or romance? What can you do to make yourself a better prospect to others?

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Topics:

  • My podcast on finding prospects for romance and friendship
  • Five tips for meeting new people
  • Asking an interesting person for a second meeting
  • Finding better people in college
  • Overcoming (hatred of) small talk
  • Finding a non-religious community for the family

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