There is a lot to learn about conversation than anybody might ever realize. There are certain rules when it concerns interaction through words. Despite it is your mouth that is doing the work, it is your brain that works twice as hard to talk out all the things you know.
Education is about discovering knowledge, however, to be effective in talking is to practice what you have learned. All of us have limitations, however, that does not mean we cannot learn to keep up and share what we know.
Listening is just as important as asking questions. Sometimes listening to the sound of our own voice can teach us to be a little more confident with ourselves and to say the things we believe in with conviction.
All of us make mistakes, and sometimes we stutter, slur, or mispronounce. So do not be scared to ask if you are saying the correct word properly. And if everyone is unsure about it, just make a joke out of it. It will make everybody laugh, and you can get away with it.
4. Eye contact.
Be careful when directing your attention to your audience. It is important that you focus when talking to a big group, although the person may be gorgeous.
5. Loosen up.
A bit of humor can do wonders to lift the tension (or boredom) when you talk. You will get the attention of the crowd and they will feel that you are friendly and approachable.
6. Be one of them.
Interaction is about socializing. You will get to know a lot of people and a lot of ideas.
A smile is much like an eye contact. You can express yourself better what you are smiling.
It never hurts to listen how people make conversations, making the meetings enjoyable as well as educational.