Learn the Art of Conversation
( Full Episode, Season: 1 Episode: 29 )
Brittany Brown and Rob Winters Aug 13, 2022 Webpage

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Learn the Art of Conversation
Aug 13, 2022, Season 1, Episode 29
Brittany Brown and Rob Winters
Episode Summary

Being a good conversationalist begins with being a good listener. When you have a guest on, you should have prepared for the interview in advance by researching the individual, getting to know a little about their area of expertise, and having prepared questions to drive the conversation forward. As your guest begins to open up and share, be sure to listen for interesting points. These may change your line of questioning, but having a genuine interest in your guest also puts them at ease, as well as makes them comfortable to share more personal details. You’ll find some of the best one-liners and soundbites come from those unplanned moments that arise when the guest is sharing their story. 

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Being a good conversationalist begins with being a good listener. When you have a guest on, you should have prepared for the interview in advance by researching the individual, getting to know a little about their area of expertise, and having prepared questions to drive the conversation forward. As your guest begins to open up and share, be sure to listen for interesting points. These may change your line of questioning, but having a genuine interest in your guest also puts them at ease, as well as makes them comfortable to share more personal details. You’ll find some of the best one-liners and soundbites come from those unplanned moments that arise when the guest is sharing their story. 

Being a good conversationalist begins with being a good listener. When you have a guest on, you should have prepared for the interview in advance by researching the individual, getting to know a little about their area of expertise, and having prepared questions to drive the conversation forward. As your guest begins to open up and share, be sure to listen for interesting points. These may change your line of questioning, but having a genuine interest in your guest also puts them at ease, as well as makes them comfortable to share more personal details. You’ll find some of the best one-liners and soundbites come from those unplanned moments that arise when the guest is sharing their story. 

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