Following a conference, gathering, or event – the people we remember best are the ones with whom we had the most vibrant interactions.
Whether it was a shared struggle, moment of inspiration, or deep inquiry – these peak moments are the ones we search for, celebrate and value.
However, relationships need more than peak moments to grow and thrive into friendships. They require a regular frequency of interaction over time.
Finding excuses to follow up with those you experienced a momentary spark with is the best way to nurture your friendships.
Quality of interaction alone isn’t enough.