Compliment Often

Compliments are a great ice-breaker. People like to hear a compliment from strangers, and this can lead to conversation and possibly even friendship. You can also ask a person a question or learn about their interests. In addition, try to be consistent with your new friends, so that you can establish a relationship with them.

Be Open To New Experience

During your twenties, it can be difficult to make new friends. As an introvert, you may be afraid to make new acquaintances, but there are simple ways to get out there and shine. Taking an interest in something new will make you more likely to make friends. For example, you may like reading a certain book, or you might like to join a new volunteer organization. 


If you’re an introvert, this might be particularly challenging. But, with practice, you can learn to shine and to continuously put yourself out there. Even if you’re busy, try to find time to socialize, even if it’s just in passing. Keeping an open mind and a positive attitude will go a long way. 

Use Social Media

Using social media is another great way to make new friends. Even if you don’t live in a large city, you can create a profile on Facebook or Twitter and look for like-minded people. Just remember to choose a platform that has the right demographic and choose a profile that represents you.