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How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends Summary

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How To Start A Conversation And Make Friends SummaryTalk to Anyone, Anywhere – Online or in Person

For some people, starting a conversation is the second most difficult thing on this planet; which is the reason why, to them, making a friend is the most difficult one.

Don Gabor, in “How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends” tries to help you with both.

Here’s how.

About Don Gabor

Don GaborDon Gabor is a communication expert and small talk specialist who has authored numerous books on these subjects, including “Speaking Your Mind in 101 Difficult Situations” and “Talking with Confidence for the Painfully Shy.”

Find out more at http://www.dongabor.com/

“How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends Summary”

Have you ever felt incapable of starting a conversation? Do you feel as if most of them look something like this, this or this?

Time to change that.

And the most important lesson you should learn is that all conversations begin before they actually begin. Just like there is such thing as pre-suasion, there is also such thing as pre-discussion.

And it’s wordless.

Or, in other words (that is not a pun, is it?) – it’s carried out through your body.

That’s right: body language is not something of note in business discussions only. It’s something important in everyday discussions as well.

Primarily, we must discover what do we first notice when we meet new people? Indeed, the body language has a significant role in improving or worsening the first impression. For instance, you might think that others involved in the conversation would appreciate your position and contribution, but if you cross your arms and avoid eye-contact, their opinion will change.

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