Many guys find conversation difficult, and often get stuck in ways to keep a conversation going.
There are some key components that must be followed on how to become a better conversationalist. Read on to discover the art of conversation, and ways to keep a conversation going without effort, thinking, or stress on your part.
If you have a story of comment you’d like to share on how you became a better conversationalist, please comment on the bottom of the page. Maybe you could include tips that you use on how to keep a conversation flowing, so that others could benefit from your experience.
Being more interesting comes down to being able to talk in statements. Unfortunately, many of us get tripped up by the question game. The reason we believe that asking questions is a better option is often because we feel that if we ask the right questions, this will keep the girl talking.
However, I find that when you get stuck on the question train, you’ll run out of questions and then you’re left wondering what to do next. A much better approach would be to make statements about your experiences, making sure that you’re statements are rich with the ability for comebacks. You want to make sure that your statements have the ability to illicit responses. This is the key to keeping conversations going.
Finding common ground is a must.
Find a common ground, and I can promise the conversation will flow without any effort. Some people also refer to this as threads. Threads are essentially potential topics to talk about that she can pick up on and relate her own experiences, or alternatively ask questions to seek more information.
When you become adept at threading in your statements girls will be compelled to respond. This is usually the way we talk with our close friends, our family members, and people in our life, so she’ll instantly be able to relate and feel comfortable with you. When people feel more comfortable around you that generally leads them to believe that you are an interesting guy, and they naturally want to hear more.
What are some practice phrases?
I think the best place to practice threading is anywhere that you have time to actually think about your responses to girls. When I first landed upon the concept of threading, I did some practice with some wing-men in real time. Use your family and friends, because they are the people you are most comfortable talking to. Pay attention to how the conversation is kept going, and then take it out into your daily life.
Ultimately, you want your threading to eventually become completely natural. As I’ve already said it’s something that we all do naturally, we’re all capable of, and as you develop a conscious awareness of it you become more efficient at it.
There are great opportunities for conversation that I bet you hadn’t thought of.
I encourage guys to use instant messaging, Facebook, and using text messages to learn to talk more and more in statements. Also, when you’re having a conversation with your best buddy or your parents, start becoming aware of the natural threading that’s going back and forth.
Pay attention to your interactions, and how you talk in statements and your ability to drop threads. Just build some awareness of how an interaction moves back and forth and jumps from one particular thread to another.
What I discovered was that when I went out and started trying to thread with women there were so many other things going on that I had to concentrate and give it the attention I needed. After you wake up and see how you use it in your everyday conversations with family and friends, then initiating conversations with others becomes less problematic.
Use this same technique in how to start a conversation with a girl, and to keep it going. Learn these key components in how to keep a conversation going, and you will find that talking to others moves along just as effortlessly as your conversations with your friends and family. The only person that makes it complicated is you.
One of our greatest products that will help you in the art of conversation is the Conversation Cure. This will give you insight on all conversational issues, social skills, people skills, expression, social confidence and talking to people.