If you make your focus talking about the other person and their interests, they will become more interested in you.
Even in the digital age of self-absorption, selfies and competing for likes and follows, no one can resist a person-centered conversation.
Conversation starters …
How are you? (being careful not to also chime in with how you are unless asked)
What do you think?
A person-centered conversation with the focus on the other person should sound like you’re doing an interview.
It is amazing how responsive people will be to anyone who masters the art of being person-centered.
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