Find out what other people are interested in and actually listen to them, you might learn something - not only about the subject, but about the person and perhaps even about yourself.
Try to find your Fe. Try to figure out how to listen and ask appropriate follow up questions that show the speaker that you are listening and learning and that encourage a flow in the conversation. Learn to give feedback when others are talking. If something simply does not interest you, exercise your beautiful Ne and figure out where this subject connects with a larger theme, and steer the conversation that way. If someone is going on and on about a boring football game, find a way to make the concept of football relatable to a larger theme of, let's say, strategy. Have a conversation, not a monologue. If they don't seem to "get" you, use your Ne to foster a connection between what you are saying and what things they have said to make it more understandable to them. Keep rephrasing it until you've been understood.
In other words, use your Fe to actually give a shit about what someone else
is talking about and who they are. Use Ne to relate that back to your own life and experiences. And there is your connection. Human beings aren't all that different from each other, even though it seems like we are worlds apart on the surface.