The Complete Guide on How to Make Conversation With Anyone at Any Time
By David Morin and Viktor Sander
During the 8 years that I’ve studied social interaction, I’ve developed a system to always know what to say next, avoid the awkward silence, and have fun conversations that make you bond with people.
This is an actionable step by step guide with material that you can implement instantly.
You can also get parts of this guide as a free video training here. The video training also contains a lot of practical advice and is great if you just want to lean back and watch me explain the principles behind having great conversations.
This is a highly detailed guide. It is designed to work both for you who see yourself as quite OK when talking to people (but want that edge in conversations), AND for you who often end up in awkward silence or feel uncomfortable in conversations, or feel like you don’t really bond with people you come across.
Many of the concepts in this conversation guide might seem obvious. But people often miss out on them. Therefore I’m going to go into detail on every part of becoming confident in conversations and help you create the change that you want.
This guide is written by me, David Morin. I’m a social life expert who’ve so far helped more than 1 200 people live a more outgoing, social life.
I’ve written this guide together with behavioral scientist Viktor Sander. He’s one of the most knowledgeable persons I know in the area of social psychology and it’s great having him by my side.
He makes sure that the advice in this guide isn’t just the opinions of one person, but is actually proven to work in numerous studies.
First things first. Here, you’ll learn how to start off a conversation with anyone.
You’ll learn how to always know what to say next to someone you just met.
I will also teach you what NOT to do when you hit up a conversation with someone (This is something most people do wrong).
Here, you’ll also get 6 universal phrases that you can always fire off to get a conversation going, even if your head goes blank.
So, you’ve started up a conversation. It’s time to keep it going in a way that both you and the person you’re talking to enjoy.
In this chapter I will teach you how to keep an interesting conversation with anyone, at any time.
You’ll learn how to come up with things to say so that you’ll get a naturally flow in your conversation right off the bat. You’ll also learn how to avoid awkwardness when you start talking to someone.
I’ll also teach you a trick for how to feel more relaxed when you are about to initiate a conversation with someone.
Finally, you’ll learn the main reason for why we don’t come up with anything to say – and what to do about it.
You’ll learn exactly what to do when you notice that an awkward silence is about to occur.
You’ll get specific examples of what to say when a conversation runs dry.
I’m going to tell you about a dangerous mistake people often make that causes awkward silence.
And finally, I’ll teach you exactly what you should say when your head goes blank.
When you feel at ease in conversations, you’ll notice how it’s so much easier to come up with things to say. In this chapter, you’ll learn two tricks that will quickly make you self confident in conversations.
You’ll learn how a simple misunderstanding cause most people to feel nervous and tense in vain.
I’ll also teach you the mindset that has helped me the most when transforming into a self-confident person who feel relaxed in conversations.
Or, you can watch the free step-by-step video training here.