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A Simple Technique For Always Knowing What To Say Next In Conversations

Sean Cooper,
Former Social
Anxiety Sufferer

Do you ever have a hard time keeping a conversation going?

Do you ever run out of things to say?

Do you hate awkward silences?

What if I told you that the next time you talk to someone, you could talk more easily and effortlessly than ever before, just by applying one simple (but little-known) conversation technique?

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The Technique In The Video Explained:

This little-known conversation technique is called 'Conversation Threading'. For years I have been using this technique to make shy and socially anxious people become instantly better at making conversation, once they get the hang of it.

So how does conversation threading work? There are 3 basic steps:

STEP 1: The other person says something.

STEP 2: You notice the threads. Sounds tough, but it's really easy. Let me explain...

Threads are basically topics or "subject words" inside a sentence. Every sentence has a few of these threads in it.

For example, take the sentence, "I saw Bob at the mall last Saturday." The threads, or topics, could be Bob, mall and last Saturday.

All threading is, is noticing these topics and then saying something about them, which is...

STEP 3: Pick a thread and respond. So for the last sentence you simply pick one of the topics mentioned and say something about it.

So let's respond to the threads in the last example:

The cool thing is, all of these replies will make the conversation flow smoothly because they relate to what the other person said before you.

Best of all, this simple technique is amazing at eliminating awkward pauses once and for all!

Easy as pie :-)

Remember to TEST this technique out in the real world.

I may take you a few tries to get the hang of it. But once you do, you'll find that making conversation has become several times easier!

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