It is always easy to talk to someone who is a good listener! People love to talk about themselves, so when someone listens to them, talking comes easy.
If they are a good listener, it really makes you want to continue the conversation balancing give and take. Talking with someone who acts impatient for you to stop talking so they can chime in is very uncomfortable and not much fun.
It seems always easy when started with a question. If I know the person, it could be "Hi, how are you?" or " Hello, you looked good, what's your secret?!"... If I don't know the person, maybe I'd go asking "Hi, may I ask what time is it? ...or if we're traveling, "Are you heading to ......" or "Hi, is this seat taken?"... haha I'm enjoying this question Gail. One thing - I always ask. Thanks!
first time you try to give most respect to his word and see is he a good listner.then you will get a small idea about his or her character.it is also important that whether you are comfortable with that company.if it not so you just quit.if it so then perfect balancing support will get from the other side.....
It's easy to talk to anyone. No one can stop you from talking to them. If you mean, "What makes it easier to communicate with someone?" , you have to be a good listener. Most people are deficient in listening skills. Information is coming in one ear and going out the other. A good example is, Have you ever had a conversation with someone that goes on and on and you know they told you their name at the beginning of the conversation but after conversing on and on, you somehow forgot their name.
It takes practice, concentration, and determination. You have to have a real concern to communicate with people. You have to care. Many people are so caught up on getting their point across and they end up talking about what they want to talk about but never stop to listen to what the other person is saying.
Same interests. If u enjoy the same hobby, foods, music, colors, that kinda breaks the ice for some good conversation.
by Billie Kelpin 7 years ago
How do you evaluate WHY you turn people off when socializing?It isn't always low self-esteem that causes a person to turn off others upon first meeting them. I KNOW that I do. I can't figure out why. I'm not a "small talk" person and that might be an issue. Exp: On a walk this...
by PR Morgan 9 years ago
What is being a good listener mean to you?Do you think you really listen to other people, or do you just wait for your chance to say something...I hear people do that a lot!
by Ms.Lavae 11 years ago
How Do you start talking to someone you find attractive, but dont know?Ok so i've always wondered what techinques others use to get that hot guy/girl that they've been eyeing for a while.
by StrictlyQuotes 8 years ago
What's your secret to get someone to talk to you when they are giving you the silent treatment?
by Kim Kennedy 9 years ago
Are you a talker or a listener?
by CollB 9 years ago
Some, even strangers, can't stop to fail to mention how the bus driver is driving or how the weather's like (or how good at starting a conversation they are), whether you want to hear what they have to say or not.Do we develop as personable human beings, if we exercise our communicative skills to...
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