Here is a testimonial from one of our longtime readers and active contributors within the SBS Private Community, Milun. Recently, Kyle from This is Trouble invited me on his podcast to talk about what it’s like living in Las Vegas.
When meeting a prospective employer, a great way to separate yourself from other potential job candidates is to be the positive, social guy people like to be around.
No matter what business you’re in, networking is the key to connecting with the people and resources that can help you get to the next level. Networking is one of the most important social skills to develop, and at the core of becoming a good networker is learning to take a genuine interest in other people. When working with your customers then, keep in mind that a little small talk can go a long way.
A great way to get some friendly conversation started is to notice something they are wearing that stands out (a pin, a Giants hat, etc).
The cool thing is the same social skills that will help you get women can also be used to widen your social circle and make friends. Becoming more socially skilled, confident, and friendly means you have the ability to make friends with just about anybody at any given time. Once he realized attracting women was something he could learn Brian spent way too much of his free time studying and practicing everything he could find on the subject. For more information on how to explicitly teach social skills to young children or children with special needs, visit Model Me Kids and check out their library of social skill videos.
Before you can help students improve their social skills, they need to understand why these skills are important. An excellent video called Time for School is available from a company called Model Me Kids that shows students exactly how to perform a particular social skill. After you discuss what the skill Looks Like and Sounds Like, you need to provide an immediate opportunity for practicing the skill. Note: It is not necessary to follow all the steps to Teaching Social Skills every time you teach a new skill.


Milun is one of those guys that already has all of the tools to succeed in numerous areas of life. In that article, I wrote about all the little things you should consider when choosing who to go out with (if anyone) when your goal is to get laid. After all, what’s the number one thing friends say to a guy when he’s having trouble moving on from a relationship? You might have students Roundrobin problems they've experienced in cooperative learning teams. You can choose the skill, or you can let your class decide which skill they need to work on first. It's not enough to say, "Be nice!" You have to help students identify exactly what they need to do and say in order to improve the identified social skill.
The best way to do this is to plan a structured cooperative learning activity to follow the social skills lesson. You can use a different T-chart for this, one with the a plus sign and a minus sign for the headings. Excited by the progress he’s made in his own life since the program he decided to start writing for AoC to help other guys do the same.
Then point out that most of these problems are caused by poor "social skills," sometimes known as "people skills." Share with them that even adults need to work on their social skills from time to time!
I generally start by teaching the skill of Praising, and along with that I reinforce the idea that I will not permit "put down" comments.
For example, if you taught Active Listening as the social skill, you might follow up with a simple Roundrobin activity. If you have observed teams or individuals doing a good job with the skill, share your observations with the class.
Take a few minutes to brainstorm with the class all the good things that were happening, and the things that still need work.
Probably the most important elements are the direct teaching of the skill followed by a cooperative activity designed for practicing the skill.


The son was using a bucket of soap and water to scrub the sides of his father’s car, a shiny red Chevy Bel Air.
By writing about interpersonal dynamics he’s finally able to put that psychology degree to good use. Lack of social skills is probably the biggest factor contributing to lack of academic success in teams. Roundrobin would be an ideal choice because each person takes a turn responding to a question, and everyone else should be listening actively to their response. Challenge students to continue to work on their use of the social skill as they complete the activity. You might want to work on a different skill each week, perhaps even creating a Skill of the Week bulletin board.
A structure like Line Ups would not work as well because students are not as verbal during Line Ups. Refer to the posted social skills T-chart if students have forgotten what the skill Looks Like and Sounds Like.
If you use a systematic approach like the one described below, you'll find that your students CAN learn how to interact appropriately and become productive team members.
Then ask members of the class to Brainstorm what students should do and say when they are demonstrating the social skill. The things that they DO are listed in the Looks Like column because this is what the skill looks like to others when it is demonstrated. The things they SAY are listed in the Sounds Like column because this is what the skill sounds like to others.



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