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Small Talk to Extended Conversation
Small Talk When? What should you talk about? Nothing important People won’t remember anyway
Small Talk Topics Weather Sports Media Holidays Jobs Family School Or, something obvious
Practice Make small talk for 1 minute
Remember Small talk is short and trivial Nobody will remember what you say It’s the starting point of deeper conversations
Extended Conversation Listen Want to know about the other person Keep listening
W5H Who What Where When Why How BASED ON WHAT THE PERSON SAYS!!! Give some extra information as well.
Practice Extend your conversation. Start with something obvious (small talk) Move into something longer
SOFTEN Smile Open posture Forward lean Touch Eye contact Nod
Practice Use SOFTEN Listen closely Use w5h Give some information What is/was your major? What did you do over the summer?
Final Thoughts Avoid yes/no questions Be interested in the other person – Your goal is to make them talk Practice Practice Practice
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