Whenever you are in public, you find yourself shy to express your thoughts or say what you want, especially when you are with people you have just met. You need to know how to lead a conversation, how to change the mood of the whole group and how to let your words out. Do not be boring and have answers to everything, even when you have no idea about the subject discussed.
Below are some tips that can keep you away from being a boring person:
- Originality: You need to rely on your own experiences and skills. Do not imitate others, and do not refrain from coming up with new creative ideas that you are convinced of. Do not be a person who does like everyone else. Instead, stay interesting and let the people find it hard to ignore you.
- Entertaining: try to use your funny ways to keep people updated and interested in what you say. Instead of just telling something funny, use it to be more educative and entertaining at the same time. Use your inner thoughts to form a really funny sentence full of meaningful and interesting points.
- Up-to-date: do not be the people who are behind the scenes, those who depend on others to let out their thoughts and ideas. Step out. Stand up for yourself. Spread your entertainment to everyone, whether via videos, apps… Walk with the flow and use smart ways to attract people and interest them.
- Confidence and Inspiration: Start with yourself. Believe in yourself to let others believe in you. Be straight forward in everything you say and do not be timid to make everything clear.
- Awareness: be aware of your audience’s expectations. Know what they want and what they are willing to hear. Adjust your words to serve their expectations and offer solutions to their particular problems, as if you know what they want.
- Meeting Outcomes: Know what you want from every person you speak to. Start with the conclusions they are waiting to reach. If you simply inspire them, without having some “receptors” to keep them close to you, they will try to find someone who erally knows what they are searching for.