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Taking Small Talk Seriously

Posted on March 6 2014 by OBlogger in talk to girls

Taking Small Talk Seriously

Want to talk to a girl but don't know how to get started?

Confidence.

That's mostly what you need and, of course, a little time to know how. If you want to become more friendly and easy to talk to, you have to learn how to make some small talk.

And not someone who doesn't say much during social situations. If you do become a master at small talk, don't think you can overdo it. You'll only annoy some people. Think of small talk as something you do to get someone talking. It's talking about almost anything from almost every topic.

The ability for making small talk is a good one to have. Make people like you and get them engaged in a good conversation about anything. It just makes making relationship easy to form when you know you can talk to her about anything. Think of the bonds you can make with every person you encounter along the way.

If you want to improve and make small talk sexy like conversation escalation then there are some things you can do.

Yes, it does take some practice on your part but think of what it can do to your conversational skills. Just keep reading and aim to make your small talk making ability better than before.

Chat with some tourists along the way. It's always good to practice with a total stranger willing to talk to you. If you can't think of a good topic to talk about, there's always the magazine and newspapers lying around.

Find things to talk about

Anything you can get your hands on can be a good source of things to talk about. Other great sources of small talk topics include television, music, sports, and fashion. Browse the internet when you don't have access to paper media, there's always something there.

If you hear something funny or someone told you a good story, keep a note of it. If you've been to many places, it's always good to know where you've been and get them excited.

Practice those opening lines in the mirror and talk about random topics. All the various things you know will help you greatly with making small talk happen. If you know a lot of things, you can talk about a lot of things.

Keep in mind that you have to be ready to make small talk any time as it can happen quickly. Talk to people while waiting in line or while you're in a meeting. If the situation doesn't seem to allow it, you just have to adapt to it a little.

Parties are always the best place to get some conversation going. Don't be too forceful and face the person you want to talk to. You should make her feel comfortable with an approachable body language. Keep your attention focused on her using your eyes and you communicate to her what you want to say.

You can be excited to talk to her but you can't be too over eager about it. Avoid scaring her away with your overly close body language. Give her some personal space. If you already know her, you can just say hello and say her name.

Being direct works this way and avoid making things complicated for yourself. But for most of the girls you don't know, start with a confident introduction of yourself. When you get to know her name, repeat it when you talk to her to make her feel special. Don't act like you're just killing time when you're talking to her.

Just remember to have some fun when you're talking with her. It's the best way to make great small talks with anyone you want to talk to. It gives the conversation more energy and keeps it going no matter what you're talking about.

Anything that's negative in nature will probably turn her off so don't go there if you can. Don't let the rest of your days affect your conversation with her, she'll just feel bad about hearing it.

Talk about anything she likes

If she likes something and you like something then that's a good enough reason to talk about it. It can be something that she can relate to and make a connection with. Know that anything you start out with can lead to something entirely new and exciting. Sooner or later, you'll find something you share with her and you can talk about that more. Share something personal about yourself and elaborate on what you really mean to say. Of course, you don't want to be overly personal with her.

Why would you? It's too soon. When you get to talk about yourself, it's only natural that she should talk about herself, too.

Questions are always a good way to know more about her when you need to. If you're gonna ask her something, beware of asking something that's too personal for new friends to know about. Be sure it's fun and light and positive. Get her talking about what she really likes and let her keep talking about it.

Depending on how she responds, you can follow up with another question or even a joke or statement. If she's becoming uncomfortable, don't ask too many questions to keep her at ease. You don't want to make her feel like she's being interrogated for something she didn't do. Balance how you ask your questions and when you make your statements to give her some time to think. Once you get the conversation going, you can think about what to talk about next. Most of all, you should never forget to listen.

Take your time and really listen to what she's saying when she's talking. This can help you find more things to talk about and lead the conversation to something more fun. Be sure you're listening intently so you wouldn't miss something important that could lead to somewhere good.

Listen carefully

Listen carefully and you won't need to do much of the talking yourself.

You can make people keep on talking and talking if you can just listen to them. Letting others tell their own opinion will improve the quality of the discussion. By the end of the conversation, you'll have known lots of things about her and she about you.

All this will make you connect better with her even deeper and she'll feel really good about the experience. If you like talking to her, you can suggest another time to talk and have a plan in place to meet again next time.

Say Goodbye

Say something about how you enjoy the conversation with her and then ask her to meet you again. Be sure you make her feel good before you go your own way. Making small talk can happen anywhere so keep yourself open for them. This will help you work on you confidence and overcoming your shyness.