Conversations are the foundation of any relationship, whether it's the beginning of a friendship, a romance, a professional partnership, or a consumer-brand connection.
These moves let them know you are enjoying what they are saying and you want to hear more.
If you are looking away or acting distracted, your date will assume you are not interested, and thus the awkward silence can begin.
Just be sure that your compliments are both honest and specific--general comments, like "you look good" aren't necessarily bad, but they don't provide any specific direction for the conversation.
Insincere compliments, too, can be easily detected, and may set the conversation off in a negative direction.
Have you ever been talking to a woman and then run out of things to say?
Do you find it difficult to keep conversations going and keep them interesting? Yet, what most guys don’t realize about the dreaded “awkward silence” in a conversation is this: 1.
Here are eight do’s and dont’s to stop an awkward silence from ruining your first date.
The best way to fill any kind of silence is to throw out a compliment.
To the social anxious or inexperienced person, attending a professional networking event or going on a first date are two versions of the same hell--just waiting for the moment when the smooth conversation gets awkward, and everybody wants to leave.
Fortunately, conversing never has to be awkward--as long as you know the right tricks to avoid it. They serve to flatter the person you're talking to, setting the conversation on a positive course.
As you will discover from the video above, women are lot easier to attract than most guys realize.