The hardest part about the shy part of my past life was going to a party or event, hanging around for a couple of hours and no one ever knew I was there to begin with. I guess I was invisible to all of them. ***But being invisible was my own choice, wasn't it.
I was uncomfortable being around strangers. I avoided social situations where interaction was required. I worried all the time about what others thought of me when I spoke and I never seemed to know what to say anyway.
Any of this sound familiar? Ya wanna fix it or at least make it a lot better? You've come to the right place if you do.
EVERYONE has anxiety and a certain degree of shyness already built in to their chemistry. The difference is they've figured out how to hide it, live it or how to just ignore it to the point it seems like it doesn't exit at all. we need to learn these things. One thing is certain. You don't need to be the funniest person in the room nor the cleverest. All you need to do is learn to be comfy in your own skin and you'll do fine!
Truthfully, it’s harder for us shy types to sometimes fit in. so let's learn how to fit so we can have more friends and enjoy life to the fullest.
Have you ever known someone who could walk into a room of strangers and turn them into a room of friends in three minutes. I have become that person now and I can help you learn how to do this in your own life as I have already been doing for countless many for decades now. The people in the "party picture" you see as a background here are a bunch of my students on the set of a film where they were all cast as dancers in a party scene. If you rolled each of their individual lives back about a year, NONE OF THEM would have ever considered doing anything as bold as this in their lifetime! So what changed in them? Come find out.
If you'll come to one of our free meetings and try one of our activities you'll see your own light at the end of the tunnel.
Give us a try. You'll be among friends for sure! You won't need to be afraid of making a mistake or saying the wrong thing or any of that silliness we've lived with so long. You'll find out pretty quickly that I'm not asking you to become someone your not. I'm asking you to find the rest of you hiding within and dying to get out! You just have to learn some easy, new skills and techniques that will help you accomplish all this and all of this WILL BE A LOT OF FUN TOO..., because you'll be among friends!
DISCLAIMER: For whatever reasons we are this way, it can all be changed IF YOU ARE WILLING. If you're not, nothing will happen.
AND....signing up as a member is all well and good, but if you don't show up, nothing changes. See you ALL soon!
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I decided to start Reno Motorcycle Riders Group because I wanted to be part of a group of people who enjoyed my passion... I was excited and nervous. Our group has grown by leaps and bounds. I never thought it would be this big.
— Henry, started Reno Motorcycle Riders