How to BeThe Most Interesting Man In the World
"There is one all-important law of human conduct...  Always make the other person feel important."                  -Dale ...
I DON’T ALWAYS TALK TO OTHER PEOPLE
I DON’T ALWAYS TALK TO OTHER PEOPLEBUT WHEN I DO, I MAKE IT ALL ABOUT THEM.
Gamification of Conversation        (keeping score)
Minutes they talk Minutes I talk
Number of Questions I AskNumber of Statements I Make
“... just waiting for their turn to talk.”
“How so?”“Why’s that?”“In what way?”
“That thing you said?”
“Busy Day?”
“If I were you, I’d feel the same way.”“I can see why you might think that.”  “That’s one way of looking at it.”
greg@tablexi.com
How to Be The Most Interesting Man In The World
How to Be The Most Interesting Man In The World
How to Be The Most Interesting Man In The World
How to Be The Most Interesting Man In The World
How to Be The Most Interesting Man In The World
How to Be The Most Interesting Man In The World
How to Be The Most Interesting Man In The World
How to Be The Most Interesting Man In The World
How to Be The Most Interesting Man In The World
How to Be The Most Interesting Man In The World
How to Be The Most Interesting Man In The World
How to Be The Most Interesting Man In The World
How to Be The Most Interesting Man In The World
How to Be The Most Interesting Man In The World
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How to Be The Most Interesting Man In The World

  1. 1. How to BeThe Most Interesting Man In the World
  2. 2. "There is one all-important law of human conduct... Always make the other person feel important." -Dale Carnegie
  3. 3. I DON’T ALWAYS TALK TO OTHER PEOPLE
  4. 4. I DON’T ALWAYS TALK TO OTHER PEOPLEBUT WHEN I DO, I MAKE IT ALL ABOUT THEM.
  5. 5. Gamification of Conversation (keeping score)
  6. 6. Minutes they talk Minutes I talk
  7. 7. Number of Questions I AskNumber of Statements I Make
  8. 8. “... just waiting for their turn to talk.”
  9. 9. “How so?”“Why’s that?”“In what way?”
  10. 10. “That thing you said?”
  11. 11. “Busy Day?”
  12. 12. “If I were you, I’d feel the same way.”“I can see why you might think that.” “That’s one way of looking at it.”
  13. 13. greg@tablexi.com

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