The ability to communicate with people is a guarantee of success in professional and personal life. But often people make mistakes in conversation that bring all their efforts to naught.
How to speak and conduct a conversation correctly?
• Never interrupt people. Many people cannot restrain themselves and begin to interrupt the interlocutor, inserting their 5 kopecks. This is very annoying and annoying to the interlocutor.
• Keep up the conversation. Speak about what is interesting to the interlocutor, not to you. Ask leading questions and listen more than talk. People are waiting to have their say.
• Speak last. It can be a single conversation or a whole company. Let everyone express their thoughts and give full information. You will know everything that the previous speakers have said, this will allow you to analyze all the opinions and not get into trouble. You will be the wisest person if you open your mouth last.
• Copy the other person's mood. Feel the mood of the speaker and his thoughts. Understanding the interlocutor will help you find a common language more easily. Empathize with the current emotional state of the interlocutor.
• Speak confidently, thoughtfully and calmly. Exude complete control of the conversation and don't fuss. Speak loudly and clearly.
• Never be categorical in a conversation. Do not say everything at once and too much. Leave an understatement that can be corrected by you in the right direction.
• Show respect for the other person. Try to be courteous. Call the interlocutor by name, do not be distracted from the conversation, maintain the required distance and eye contact.
• Avoid forbidden things there. It is better not to talk about politics, religion, diseases, gossip and intimacy, in order to avoid misunderstandings.
• Do you have anything to say? Before you open your mouth, make sure you really have something to say other than bellowing and useless nonsense.
• Be positive when speaking. With negative people or frankly bored people, no one will have a conversation. Tune in to a positive wave.