56 min

How Making Friends Can Help You Make the Big Life Choices with Deasha Waddup Friendship IRL

    • Relationships

Making friends is one area in life where you just need to go out there and do it.

It might involve being a little uncomfortable. It takes time and practice to get used to navigating these situations – and no episode illustrates this better than this one.

Today’s guest, Deasha, has made and maintained friendships with people all over the world. She’s done it so many times, she trusts that when she goes out and does what she wants to do, she’s going to meet people while doing it. This confidence gives her the power to travel solo and make the big life choices.

I listened to today’s episode and was inspired to put myself out there a little bit more. I hope you feel the same way, and maybe decide to take a small action or two in your life – to be a little uncomfortable, and build this muscle that is making new connections.

In this episode you’ll hear about:


Deasha’s experiences meeting people online and turning them into real friends, and, her friendship adviceBeing friends with somebody for only a season of life, and being okay with falling out – plus, putting yourself in spaces where you’ll meet the kind of people you want to meetConsistency in friendship and how to remove the friendship “administrative” work by creating recurring gatheringsThe power of spending more time thinking about what could go RIGHT vs. what could go wrong – and the skills you gain when things DO go wrongHow the skill of making friends can give you the confidence to make the big life choices, from big travels and big moves to trying new thingsResources & Links

Deasha is accredited by Facebook as a Lead Trainer and Community Manager. Connect with Deasha on her website or on Facebook.

Like what you hear? Visit my website, leave me a voicemail, and follow me on Instagram! 

Want to take this conversation a step further? Send this episode to a friend. Tell them you found it interesting and use what we just talked about as a conversation starter the next time you and your friend hang out!

Making friends is one area in life where you just need to go out there and do it.

It might involve being a little uncomfortable. It takes time and practice to get used to navigating these situations – and no episode illustrates this better than this one.

Today’s guest, Deasha, has made and maintained friendships with people all over the world. She’s done it so many times, she trusts that when she goes out and does what she wants to do, she’s going to meet people while doing it. This confidence gives her the power to travel solo and make the big life choices.

I listened to today’s episode and was inspired to put myself out there a little bit more. I hope you feel the same way, and maybe decide to take a small action or two in your life – to be a little uncomfortable, and build this muscle that is making new connections.

In this episode you’ll hear about:


Deasha’s experiences meeting people online and turning them into real friends, and, her friendship adviceBeing friends with somebody for only a season of life, and being okay with falling out – plus, putting yourself in spaces where you’ll meet the kind of people you want to meetConsistency in friendship and how to remove the friendship “administrative” work by creating recurring gatheringsThe power of spending more time thinking about what could go RIGHT vs. what could go wrong – and the skills you gain when things DO go wrongHow the skill of making friends can give you the confidence to make the big life choices, from big travels and big moves to trying new thingsResources & Links

Deasha is accredited by Facebook as a Lead Trainer and Community Manager. Connect with Deasha on her website or on Facebook.

Like what you hear? Visit my website, leave me a voicemail, and follow me on Instagram! 

Want to take this conversation a step further? Send this episode to a friend. Tell them you found it interesting and use what we just talked about as a conversation starter the next time you and your friend hang out!

56 min