Become a more interesting person by using conversation sparkers.
These swaps, when tested at Venessa’s lab, were much more stimulating than the worn out phrases. The most popular sparkers in her lab: “What personal passion project are you working on?” and “What’s your story?” Also, research called “The Oddball Experiments” by Dr. Nico Bunzeck found that things that strike novelty and are odd stick out more in our memories. When you practice using intriguing questions, people will be more likely to pay attention and want to hold a conversation with you.
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