Getting along with new people will be very natural for you if you are a "people person," and you will not have to keep anything specific in mind in order to ensure that the goal of getting along with people becomes a reality, but if you are not especially a people person, or if you are not around new people all that frequently, it will be helpful for you to know a few things you should keep in mind in order to get along with new people. Probably the biggest thing when it comes to trying to get along with new people is that you simply be friendly; people who are “not a people person” have a tendency to start out disliking a person before eventually changing their mind, but a much better approach is to decide that you like people first – only changing your mind to “dislike them” if they have done something specific to cause you to feel this way. After you have decided to be friendly and “like everybody at first,” you will next want to make an effort to ask lots of questions. When you ask other people questions, you will be showing an interest in them, and this will not only make your time with them more enjoyable for you, but it will also make it more enjoyable for the other person; and of course, once you have asked questions of the other person, you will also need to make sure that you are taking the next step of listening to the person's answers as well! Even though these things might seem on the surface as if they are terribly simple, making sure you are doing them will go a long way in helping you to get along with new people – and when you get along with new people that you meet, each new situation you find yourself in will be that much more enjoyable.