Your connection muscle is strong when you find it easy to reach out to others for help when facing adversity. This muscle is useful because others can provide many different kinds of assistance including practical support, emotional support, knowledge, and skills.
Some simple daily exercises you can use to strengthen this muscle include:
Asking for Help: Think of something you want to do, and ask someone else for assistance, advice, ideas, or some other form of support.
Building Connections: Initiate contact with someone else–send a message, make a phone call, introduce yourself to someone; express appreciation, ask a question, or just say hello.