Do you enjoy talking to people? Do you get compliments for initiating a dazzling or memorable conversation? Indeed, not very often. If you wish to change this perspective of people about you, learn to make a riveting conversation. Watch this video at TED to understand the essential rules of conversation from Celeste Headlee. First, be in the moment while talking instead of multitasking. Second, avoid sharing opinions until it helps the listeners. If you have a firm idea, share it on a blog instead of pressing people to hear you. Also, start using open-ended questions to keep the conversation going. Finally, carefully listen to what others are trying to convey. Give attention to the opinions of others on the topic.
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