Article 6 Top 10 Places To Meet Someone New

By , March 6, 2015 5:43 am

Weekend Conferences

It is in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped.
-Tony Robbins

Going to a weekend conference will allow you to get to know people over the course of a few days without the pressure of pairing up. Of course, if you do pair up, magic can happen.

Most weekend conferences are in the personal development sphere. You know that you will be meeting people who want to make their lives better and their outlook more positive. Tony Robbins and Marianne Williams both lead popular weekend seminars.

Weekend conferences are best if you’re hoping to meet other people, because they offer more chances to socialize than daylong seminars provide. If the conference feels too pricey, contact the organization to and see if there’s a way you can work at the event in exchange for free admission.

Another option is to attend a weekend conference put on by a religious denomination. There are any number of conference centers that put on spiritual weekends, and some are just for singles.

There are secular weekend conferences as well. For instance, the Krista Foundation for Global Citizenship sponsors an annual weekend conference for people concerned with and active in international aid programs and policies. Usually this is held over Memorial Day.

You can also go to professional development conferences on the weekend. These seminars let you meet other professionals outside of a work setting. You can choose one specific to your career (human resources, marketing etc.) or one that offers a skill set (public speaking, leadership, etc.)

Finally, you can go to a workshop type conference. These are most popular in the writing sphere, but you can also find them in acting, music, and fitness.

Get to know a wide range of people on the Friday night mixer. Then on Saturday, you can focus in on someone who really interests you. Perhaps by Sunday, you will be ready to exchange phone numbers.

Organized Trips

“I have found out that there ain’t no surer way to find out whether you like people or hate them than to travel with them.”
— Mark Twain

Similar to a weekend workshop is an organized trip. These can last from a few days to a couple of weeks. You join a group of single men and women who are interested in the destination and in having fun. Many of the people on these trips are looking for a fling as well. But lasting relationships also develop and many of these groups will hold reunions for several years down the road.

Some examples of recently offered single’s trips include:

• Albuquerque Balloon Festival (weekend)
• Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca (week long)
• Egypt land tour and Nile Cruise (10 days)
• Greek Island Cruise (10 days)
• 4th of July weekend in West Virginia (weekend)
• Costa Rica Eco Adventure (7 days)

There are also organized trips for singles of particular groups. For instance, Jewish single’s travel is very well organized.

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