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Start a great conversation and become good at small talk – with Paul Sanders (part 1)

Welcome to part 1 of my conversation with Paul Sanders, which is all about how to start conversations, maintain them, and how to scale them into meaningful friendships.

We go over:

– The simplest way to start a conversation with a stranger no matter your situation or location

– How to take the theme of a networking event and turn it into a foolproof, easy ice breaker

– What to do to move forward from the initial meet-and-greet to discover common ground and build a friendship

– How to effectively manage your expectations at networking events and project a vibe of authenticity

– Paul’s expert trick for getting people to feel an instant connection to you

– Why you don’t need to be impressive or cool to have a great conversation (overcome the emotional hurdles that are holding you back!)

– How to use the 5% exercise to expand your comfort zone and make more connections

…plus an impromptu conversation between Paul and me showing you how to find common ground with the people you meet.

As always, please me know how you enjoyed this episode by pinging me on Twitter.com/RachelRofe or Facebook.com/RachelRofe. 🙂

And stay tuned for part 2, which involves a more in depth look at developing the kinds of friendships you want.

Links and Resources Mentioned:

Get the Friends You Want – Paul’s book

Meetup – a site on which like-minded people can get together to learn, do, and share new things

BuzzFeed – a site whose content you can reference during conversations

GetTheFriendsYouWant.com – Paul’s website

Episode Transcript:

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Learn how to start a conversation and get great small talk tips in this show. There are some very helpful pieces of advice in here and I *love* the role play conversation.

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