Making "Small Talk" means creating a sense comfort and familiarity between you and others. Not everyone can create a feeling of lightness, ease, playfulness and freedom around new people and some of us are downright anxious about it.
Unfortunately being able to do it is usually the first step towards making deeper connections with other people. More often than not it’s a necessary one!
Fortunately there is a step-by-step approach to learning how to overcome social anxiety and a lack of skill in social situations.
I have catalogued it in this short, 47 page how-to guide on making small talk.
The book is light on theory and strong on practical application. It breaks down the art of chit-chat into 12 distinct exercises you can practice consciously to learn new ways of communicating and interacting. You will soon see that you enjoy social situations more and get a sense that you know what you are doing.
If we want more fulfilling relationships we better not get knocked down at the first hurdle! Mastering the Art of Small Talk will open up new possibilities and opportunities for you. More connection, and more of a sense of ease in social situations.