Added: Jalynn Steffens - Date: 16.11.2021 21:07 - Views: 31352 - Clicks: 849
I rock at starting conversations!\
Last night, I went to a blues concert with my friend. After the concert, we bumped into two of his acquaintances. The first, Mindy, approached us and said hello, but then stood there passively waiting for someone else to say something. The second, Lisa, fluttered in like leaves in a windstorm and babbled incessantly about herself for twenty minutes until we made an excuse to leave.
Grammarly can save you from misspellings, grammatical and punctuation mistakes, and other writing issues on all your favorite websites. Neither person in that scenario was good at starting, much less maintaining, an interesting conversation. The trick to engaging in an interesting conversation is simple—stop trying to be interesting.
Instead, be interested in the other person. From there, a brief conversation flows naturally. Be careful using this technique. Do your best to remain neutral. A positive approach can get a conversation off to the right start. We tend to like upbeat people who draw our attention to good things. I feel like we generated some solid ideas. It was great! This technique can be a great ice-breaker. The color looks good on you! I like how you laid everything out so it was easy to understand. We all want to feel like our opinions matter. Would you recommend it?
Stick to topics that are immediately relevant.
If you find yourself in a situation where you can lend a hand, go ahead and do it. Can I help you find something?
Do you need a hand? When you bring up what you have in common, you make an instant connection that will lead to more things to talk about. Much like asking an opinion, asking for a little help or guidance can be a great way to make someone feel useful. Just remember to be interested in the other person, find common ground, and ask follow-up questions. Last night, when my friend managed to get a word in edgewise, he mentioned that he knew Mindy through the psychology program at a local university. Real-time suggestions, wherever you write.
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