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Usually just start a conversation. In school: - if there is someone in a class that you want to befriend: talk to them IN class (obviously not in the middle of a lesson), if you have nothing else to talk about you can always start with a topic related to the class. you can talk to them as you leave the class, especially if you are going in the same direction. you can ask to set up a study session (try to get a few people to join in, chance to make even more friends) before a test/exam, that will give you a reason to hang out and a chance to get to know each other. - if there is someone near your locker that you want to befriend: start with small talk (ask how they are, talk about classes, weather, school events, local news etc). try to have at least a short convo every time you see them (unless they are busy/in a rush). - join a team/group in the school, great way to meet people with similar interests as you. - if you walk or take a bus to/from school, try to talk to people that use the same mode of transport/from the same direction. if you drive, offer someone a ride home. (if you already know them lol) At work: - try to set up a co-worker get together (go out for drinks, go out for dinner etc) so that you can try to get to know everyone. - if you walk or take a bus to/from work, try to talk to people that use the same mode of transport/from the same direction. if you drive, offer someone a ride home. (if you already know them lol) Other: - join a sports team or community group in your local area (if you don t go to school, or don t want to join any of your schools available teams/groups) - start taking classes (outside of school): karate, pottery, photography, swimming lessons, rock climbing, yoga, dance lessons etc. (something that you are interested in). - join big brother/big sister type program. - go out to a pub, bar, club (if you enjoy those places) and try to start a conversation with people that look fun. buy a round of drinks (only one). - karaoke bar. - try online social sites. yeah, most are probably for dating or sex, but if you search google I m sure there are some that offer a to make friends option. be careful meeting up in person with anyone online, if you do make sure it s in a very public place and that several people know where you are going. OR just keep them as online friends , never meet up with them but someone to have conversation with. Basically, find someone you think is nice and start a conversation with them. Get to know them, let them know a bit about you to see if you get along. Once you ve established any sort of relationship with them, you can ask them to hang out.

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Walt sounds like a frustrating situation. Since you asked what you are doing wrong lets start there. You are NOT WORKING HARD ENOUGH, 1,500 resumes in four years honestly is a weak effort. On sites like monster and career builder you can send 30 resumes with one click. Just doing that once a day, five days a week would put you at 600 a month and a good 7,200 sent resumes a year. Now that’s the effort its will take to get a job these days especially if the job isn’t in your degree area. You really have two months of job searching in 4 years. Also you must remember that your resume and your interviews need to sale you not your skills to an employer, I believe you issues lies into your mentality. Lets play out the analogy of your next job being a female you want to date. You are basically saying to this women, I need you just temporary so I can move on to bigger and better things I really love. Umm yea no dates in that mentality. You may think you hide your passion for film and hate for a job, but after 4 years obviously not very well. I suggest look into the path of your goal of a production company. Here are the steps, 1. Get in the arena find a job somewhere in the industry of your passion. You will have more by-in for the interview and I’m sure you’ll be more appealing. It will help you with industry connections and also give you a chance to learn what it takes. 2. Let go of what you think it takes to reach your goal the word “realistically” and “goal” are polar opposites. 3. Grow personally – are you the same person that you were when you graduated or have you read a ton of film books, or self help books or learn karate or a language. You need to strive to get better everyday in some area of life, 4. My opinion is, you should find information on James Cameron, his story is amazing and will motivate you to let go of your limitations. Check out him out on wiki, youtube and his bio at the end of the avatar collectors DVD. Good look Coach Roberson http://www.winwoncoaching.com