In a conversation only one person can speak while other people listen. Otherwise all it becomes is rude overstepping voices. Listening is important more than talking. A first meeting conversation is all about learning who they are, what they do, why they are even there. An advantage to speaking less and listening more grants a sense of mysterious. It opens doors of interest when information is limited to glimpses without being rude. They reveal more while a TAC-tician maintains a sense of mystery.
There becomes no need to search further when a weak TAC-tician reveals to much about themselves. Let people learn a little at a time. Make them earn information. Being quieter is far from considered rude. Most people enjoy talking about their own point views. People enjoy having someone to unload their thoughts onto. A specific moment will come when they become interested in the TAC-tician, other than themselves. This opens doors to express more truth about yourself.
The Less is more approach includes: Talking less and listening more & relieving less to gain more interest value. Exercise: Try listening more in the next conversation. Agree or disagree with the information without adding any input to why, unless they ask for your opinion deeper. Ask questions based on things that are intriguing to know, and keep your will to “relate” down. If a person is talking about their new dog: it is not imperative they know that you also have a dog.
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