Jul 13

Our First Conversation

Welcome to the all important world of social interaction.

Communication among all of us people are the building blocks for the reasons behind the progression of our social societies.kid talk

Humans are naturally social creatures. By developing verbal language among the early growing chapters of the hominid species. Our great ancestors brains grew so quickly do in part because of their abilities to teach one another through the use of human language. Think right now. Alright, were your rights due to the use of language? Exactly my point,  due to peoples ability to explain things to one another, we develop the ability to speak, and, during this development, or brains learn how to communicate with your inner thoughts which is nearly always through the use of verbal communication. All of the learning you do through the useful trait many of us have called “reading,” which is the act of understanding symbols on a piece of paper, and incorporating them into useful images that you can create that mean something to you.  Reading is what you are doing now. Reading is due to another human communicating something to you.

Most paths of learning come from communication by other humans. Learning comes from communication. Brain power, brain growth, and intellectual abilities come from communication by fellow people. Without harnessing or social abilities, there would be no brain development and the brain would have a tough time integrating the host into a functioning member of society.

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Our goal as a blog is to empower the common person to use their given social abilities. While you may feel awkward, or hesitant at first to start conversations and hold them with people, as you practice, it will get easier. Just like anything in life, repetition causes improvement. For example, just take an artist. When the artist is young and beginning his art journey, he is a little sloppy. His brush strokes are not very defined, and maybe the project just appears to be a little rushed. But, as he grows and learns from his mistakes through trial and error, after some time passes by practicing, his form begins to improve and his painting appear much better to viewers.

Learning to socialize is the same as learning how to be an artist. The people who practice the most at socializing are usually better than those who do not. This is not to say practicing is the only way to improve social capabilities. By actively learning and gaining knowledge and professional insight from socializing professionals, you can add a couple ideas to your tool belt to help improve your conversation skills.

The point of this blog is to encourage people to go out and repetitively try their luck at talking to other people and come back here for more regular advice on what they can do to improve their conversations, and how to get better results that they want.

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We will be sharing with our readers tips on how to start a conversation including ice-breakers, solid questions, pick-up lines, eye contact, posture, and linguistics. From there, we will teach how to hold a conversation with someone and how to accelerate or decelerate where a conversation is headed. Learning how to manipulate and control conversations are key for getting your point across and hearing and perfectly understanding what the other conversationalists have to share. We will also teach closes to conversations, specifically how to end a conversation for many reasons, including having to leave the location, do not want to extend the conversation any further, and also how to reschedule or re-ignite the interest in somebody to talk again, which would include getting someone’s phone number, contact information, or whereabouts where you can meet again.

There will plenty of good information being shared here, and we invite you to comment in our sections and contribute to the group. We are all a family here, and we are all in this together. Let’s all help each other become better social individuals! Talk on everybody!

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