Confident Conversations -Secret To Social Power And Confidence
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Today we’re going to discuss a tool that’s going to help you in both your social life and your business life—we’re going to explore the art of social connection and how it can boost your confidence, allowing your social life and networking skills to flourish.
Successful networking is all about bonding with people and making good connections. Good business relationships come from making friends either in your own industry or other businesses that relate to your industry. Once you’ve established those connections, you can call on them to help you grow your business in countless ways. In effect, it all comes down to social skills.
When you get into conversations you don’t enjoy, you tell yourself that it’s because you’re an introvert . . . that’s not true. Your social aptitude is not determined by whether you enjoy socializing or not:
It’s about you taking responsibility for your involvement in the conversation.
So, how do we take responsibility and get to the point at which we are comfortable in social situations, whether business related or not? The key is to talk about what you want to talk about.
This might seem simple, but hear me out. When you get stuck talking about stuff that’s not that interesting to you, you have a terrible time and start to believe that it’s merely because you are bad at socializing. Many times, you may feel that you have to carry on with a boring conversation because you don’t want to upset or offend anyone. You merely pretend to be interested. What’s really crazy is that we don’t just stop at feigning interest—most of the time we’ll be so concerned about taking responsibility for the conversation that we’ll ask someone a question that keeps him or her going for another five minutes and releases us from the pressure of coming up with something to say.