Most of us are often trying to build new friendships, and even relationships.  Paul Casey, from Newstalk 870's Growing Forward series,  has a proven idea that debunks what most of us think.

When we're trying to become friends with someone, for friendship or even relationship purposes, we often think we have to appear "interesting" or the other person might find us boring.   We often try to accentuate our positive traits to look better.

But Paul has a better idea, and one that studies have shown -as well as experience - that actually produces a stronger, more lasting bond.   Instead of trying to look interesting, look interested in the other person.  Listen as Paul explains the remarkable positive effect this can have on other people.

For more leadership and life-coaching information, see Paul's website.