Your First Words to Him are Very Important in Creating a Comfortable and Interesting Conversation.
What to Say to a Man When You First Meet Him.
Lets first us presume that before you make your first comment you look sexy, powerful, very sharp. lets also presume that you are charged up, full of energy, have a great attitude about the day, evening, or event. I presume you have confidence in yourself and confidence in your ability to win over a man. You only have on two squirts of perfume in the right spot.
You spot your man, hopefully you have made the right eye contact and things look good. You smile at him he smiled back. Now if none of this has happened yet and this is the man you want still go for it.
This is if you have to approach the man. Walk over nice and easy. Stand tall good posture, as you walk his way, make sure you are making eye contact, or get ready to if he turns your way. Smile now he is looking at you. See if he smiles back, are his palms up or down is he turning away or not. Even if he does look away and things don't look good you still have a small chance as he my just be shy.
Now you are in front of him. Extend out your hand and say I am your name what is yours. He says John no silence now. follow with these kind of questions depending on where you are. Use his first name every other question and on every compliment.
Thinking of openers is simple. You basically have only three topics to choose from: the situation, the other person, or yourself. You have three ways to begin: asking a question, voicing an opinion, stating a fact.
Starting with talking about the situation is the best way to start. Make sure you listen good you may want to follow up on later or if it's good timing right away. Here are some examples of openers. keep in mind you can come up with many more that are just as good.
In a classsroom: "What do you know about the teacher?" "I was absent yesterday. What did we talk about?" "What do you think will be on the exam?"
At a horse race: "Who do you think will win?" Why do you say that?" "Why do you think he will win?"
At a art museum: "What do you suppose the artist wanted
In line for a movie: "What have you heard about this movie?" "What made you decide to see it?"
At the market: "I notice you are buying artichokes. I've always been curious; how do you prepare them?" You can do this with almost any food. "How do you fix your turkey?"
To a neighbor: "Your lawn is so green. What is your secret?" "What's that you are working on?"
At a laundromat: "How much detergent do you need with these machines?"
Talking About The Other Person.
Most people like to talk about themselves and will be pleased to respond to your questions or comments. Start by doing this; observe what the other person is doing, wearing, saying, or reading.
"That's an interesting jacket. Tell me, what does the insignia stand for?"
"You are the best bowler here. What do you do to train?"
"That was an interesting comment you made. Tell me, why do you think that way"?
"Say, haven't I seen you at an __________meeting? My name is________. How did you happen to get involved in _______?"
"You look lost. Can I help?"
Jogging: "What kind of running shoes are those? Why did you choose that brand?"
At a restaurant: "Mind if I join you?" Only about 20 percent of the people will decline, and they will usually apologize, saying they are expecting a friend or have lots of work to do. 80% of the time it works.
At a party: "How did you hear about this party"? "What do you know about the host?" "Haven't I seen you somewhere before?"
Some psychologist favor opening remarks which directly convey your interest in the other person. Hi you look nice and I'd like to meet you," or "Hi, I've noticed you here several times and thought I'd come over and introduce myself."
Talking About Yourself
Common though they are, openers about yourself rarely stimulate conversation.
Most people respond to others in reactive ways. They wait for others to make eye contact first, to smile first, to talk first, to issue invitations first. Since most of the people they encounter are also waiting, all to often everybody ends up frustrated and alone. If you listen to people who typically respond reactively you will often hear them passively complaining about how "things never seem to work out ," when it would be more accurate for them to say, "I never even try."
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