Man and Your Body Language.
Starting a Conversation With a Man and Nonverbal
One of our most important conversational skills doesn't come from our tongue, but from our body. Research has shown that over half of face-to-face conversation is nonverbal. "Body language," as it is called, often communicates our feelings and attitudes before we speak, and it projects our level of receptivity to others.
Most poor conversationalist don't realize that their nonreceptive body language (crossed arms, little eye contact, and no smiling) is often the cause of short and unsustained conversations. We are judged quickly by the first signals we give off, and if the first impressions are not open and friendly, it's going to be difficult to maintain a good conversation. The following "softening" techniques can make your first impressions work for you, not against you.
S - 0 - F- T- E- N
S = Smile
O = Open Arms
F = Forward Lean
E = Eye Contact
N = Nod
A "softener" is a nonverbal gesture that will make men more responsive and receptive to you. Since your body language speaks before you do, it is important to project a receptive image. When you use open body language, you are already sending the signal: "I'm friendly and willing to communicate, if you are." Each letter in S-O-F-T-E-N represents a specific nonverbal technique for encouraging others to talk with you.
A pleasant smile is a strong indication of a friendly and open attitude and a willingness to communicate. It is a receptive, nonverbal signal sent with the hope that the man will smile back. When you smile, you demonstrate that you have noticed the man in a positive manner. The man considers it a compliment and will usually feel good. The result? The man will usually smile back.
Smiling does not mean that you have to put on a phony face or pretend that you are happy all of the time. But when you see a man you know, or would like to make contact with him, do smile. By smiling, you are demonstrating an open attitude to conversation.
The human face sends out an enormous number of verbal and nonverbal signals. If you send out friendly messages you're going to get friendly message back. When you couple a warm smile with a friendly hello, you'll be pleasantly surprised by similar responses. It's the easiest and best way to show a man that you've notice him. A smile indicates general approval toward the man, and this will usually make the man feel more open to talk to you.
A smile shows you are friendly and open to communication. When you frown or wrinkle your brow, you give off signals of skepticism and no receptivity.
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