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How To Have Better Friendships

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When it comes to consistent happiness, health, wealth and relationships are where it’s at.

And by relationshps, I’m not just talking about getting girls.

Having good guy friends is as if not more important than being able to get a bunch of girls.

Because girls come and go, but a good guy will be there through thick and thin.

Here’s how to find good friends, become a better friend, and what a good social interaction should look like:

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  1. Solomon Avid
    April 21, 2017 at 2:49 am

    This right here. Excellent video, Will.

    Not only does this video address a topic that isn’t brought up often, it also gets down to brass tacks and provides a number of tips for how to make friends with other guys and be a decent friend yourself. Can’t recommend this one enough, and I’ll be sharing it with some guys I know.

  2. May 3, 2017 at 12:19 pm

    Thanks so much Solomon, really appreciate your kind words.

  3. Seth
    July 23, 2017 at 6:10 am

    This is really important stuff. Drinking buddies or workout/sport/game partners or co-worker “friends” with just one common interest are always easy to find, but those come and go when the activity or job ends. Good quality friendships that last and evolve with guy who you can actually talk with and learn from are hard to cultivate and even harder to maintain when lifestyle and priorities change and people move out of the city or state.

    Maybe consider an addition or part 2 to this vid on how to make new friends also? I consider myself very outgoing and social as far as guys go, and even I have few real guy friends where I live now. A lot of guys I meet and talk to have NONE locally (just co-worker acquaintances or out-of-town old classmates on facebook, etc that are basically just illusion social support or social media friends).

    I’ve lived a lot of places for school and work over my 20s and 30s, and it’s not easy, though. Most cool guys I meet are busy with work, chasing girls, etc… and guys are naturally kinda anti-social in general. I actually have a MUCH easier time picking up dates and making friends with women (who I may sometimes befriend the husband of), but meeting and actually connecting with new guys can be the toughest.

    The things that work for me are making plans, events, parties, and opportunities to go out or have people over. I just send out an event and date/time for a concert, party, shooting pool, or whatever. Some guys say yes, some say no, some say maybe… but they remember me as the one who tried to include them nonetheless. It usually works out.

    Good stuff, Will.

  4. August 12, 2017 at 4:35 pm

    Thanks Seth. And yes, I agree, its easier to meet girls then guys. Will def consider that for a part 2. Cheers.

  5. Wil
    December 17, 2017 at 2:53 pm

    At first I thought this was like one of those “7 traits you need to look for in a perfect boyfriend” articles that are written by women, that state the obvious. At first, I was thinking, “Have you ever met anyone that has exactly these 7 traits? Maybe this guy is getting us to find unicorns or something”. But after watching the whole way through, I realized that my closest friends have exactly these traits, so it’s not impossible.

    Glad I watched it all the way through. Some really good tidbits that I’ve found personally though:
    – Treating friendship like sales. This is a new concept for me, it definitely makes sense though. Will try this out.
    – Make an effort to boost people up. I never really consciously do this, unless I’m with my closest friends.
    – Be all the seven traits. Seems obvious, but when I look at myself I’m definitely lacking in some areas.

    Some questions for you Will:
    – If 99% of the time you’re having a great time, how do you know this person will be there when an emergency happens?

    – How do you filter out people who take but never give back?

    – If your friend got himself into something that’s bad, but he doesn’t see it, would you criticize him? A few examples would be if he proposed to his gold digging girlfriend, or if he’s excited about starting his new business which is actually just an MLM.

  6. January 6, 2018 at 10:19 am

    Thanks Wil,

    Glad you found it useful. As to your questions

    1) You don’t, at least not right away, but after 3 to 5 years of solidly knowing that guy you can make a pretty good guess.

    2) Anyone who doesn’t give back I would just cut contact with

    3) For small things I let them go. For big things like that I wouldn’t criticize him, but talk to him privately and give him a heart to heart and gently tell him that I think it’s a mistake, in between praise.

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