You probably know how important it is to have great conversation skills. You need it if you want to communicate verbally and non-verbally with all people (not just women).
You’ll have a hard time building your social network — or have a social circle — if you neglect improving your conversation skills.
And the only way to improve your social conversational skills is to meet new people constantly and talk to them. Keep them interested and engaged as you build a unique connection and appreciation for each of them.
You don’t need much to get started, just some balls to initiate a conversation with a total stranger, especially a beautiful woman you’d like to have a chance to date or hang out with.
Every time you talk to women, you’ll know what to say to them and what to talk to them about. You’ll also easily learn what to avoid and the things to watch out for. You see, experience truly is the best teacher, especially if you’re shy and/or introverted.
But that doesn’t mean that is the only way to learn. You can start planning and preparing yourself through conversation-improving books and courses available everywhere. You’ll learn techniques and tricks you never know existed if you just rely on finding it on your own.
And it will make things a little easier if you have a road map of where you want to go, including the priorities you need to know first and foremost to improve your conversation skills.
One being, just showing interest and listening as your conversation partner talks.
Observing and paying attention to what she’s saying so you’ll have a point to continue the conversation. You’ll also pickup several things about her — like what’s important to her — if you just continue talking without giving her the chance to talk.
When you do that, you’ll be giving the interaction much more meaning and much more fun where both of you share information and enjoy each other. You’ll also be able to ask good questions that digs deeper and allows her to share a story.
These are open ended questions that show sincere interest to the person you’re talking to, someone who you want to know more personally and build genuine connection with. Since that’s the purpose of improving your conversation skills.