How can i start a conversation

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How To Start A Conversation And Make Friends by Don Gabor

This is a short book but is packed with useful information. If you are shy, or just not comfortable with socializing, the techniques and information in How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends will give you confidence and specific tools to start and/or maintain a conversation in any situation. The author discusses the importance of body language and gives specific examples for meeting and talking with people that anyone can use right away. The best part of this book goes into learning how to remember names with techniques that really work. As the cover of this book states, after reading this book you will be able to communicate with wit, confidence, and enthusiasm. All-in-all an excellent resource and quick read.
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How to START a Conversation in English with Anyone

I rock at starting conversations! Last night, I went to a blues concert with my friend.
Don Gabor

7 Practical Tips on How to Start a Conversation

Starting a conversation with someone is probably one of the hardest parts of communication. You may find that you can talk to some people instantly, while talking to others is like pulling teeth. But don't worry -- there are a few universal tricks that will help you start a good conversation with almost anyone, and a few tips for starting conversations with specific people. If you want to know how to start a good conversation, just follow these steps. What do you think?

3. Look at the direction of their feet and gaze to know if someone wants to keep talking

You're at a party or a conference or just walking along the street when you see someone you would like to talk with. It might be someone you've admired from afar, someone who might be a good customer or investor for your company, or someone you simply like the looks of. -




5 thoughts on “How To Start A Conversation And Make Friends by Don Gabor

  1. 2. If you worry about saying obvious things, know that small talk often is mundane, and that’s OK.

  2. I committed to reading books on how to make conversation , learning from socially savvy people, and spending thousands of hours socializing.

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