This comes from a communications expert, Carol Barkes. Here are some talking points for an interview on how to be more outgoing:
2. Be curious about others. Sometimes introverts have a hard time trying to come up with things to say. Instead, find questions to ask. One question will lead to the next—and boom! you have a conversation. People will appreciate your interest in them and find you engaging.
3. Laugh often. Laughter reduces the stress hormones. Find things to genuinely laugh at and you will find your laughter contagious.
Available for Interviews: Carol Barkes
Carol Barkes, CPM, is a trend-setting mediator, business executive and educator specializing in the use of neuroscience to improve business performance, interpersonal communications, negotiation and conflict resolution processes for optimally successful results. She is also a speaker, educator, and author of the bestselling book: Success Breakthroughs.
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