I do not make friends easily or quickly. I take my time to study a person. First, I try to understand their personality, are they positive or negative minded. This is very important for me as I do not want negative energy around me. Then I look for the common interest that I share with the person.
This can be career-wise, relating to beliefs, plans, and lifestyle, and so on. After studying this person and I make up my mind to be friends with the person. Naturally, the friendship begins to grow, and as time pass, we know each other better, and we become great friends.
Love to do some charity work. Have a passion for writing and do it in my spare time
W. Mocroft, Philanthropist, Master Degree in International Business, Las Vegas
Answered May 01, 2019
I will often look for things I have in common with someone, and I focus on that first, and when I find something, I have in common with the person I will frequently have no trouble expanding upon that foundation. I also like to compliment people about something unusual that I see in them, or something that makes me feel drawn to them, such as something unique like red hair or a pretty dress. Friends are a lot easier to make if you are an open and friendly person, which I am. I would not say making friends is fast for me, but it is worth the effort.