Local Partylines in Colorado
- Denver Party Lines
- Colorado Springs Party Lines
- Aurora Party Lines
- Lakewood Party Lines
- Fort Collins Party Lines
- Arvada Party Lines
- Pueblo Party Lines
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Tip 1: Don't Pry: If the person you are talking to wants to avoid certain questions or topics, just change the subject, don't pry as this action creates tension and usually can kill a conversation very quickly. Some people are not a good place emotionally to talk about past relationships or other past romantic situations, so if you get the signal that a topic is off limits, then be respectful and don't push it, because most don't appreciate information pried from them when they are not ready to share.
Tip 2: Make Bold Statements: If you want attention and are looking for a reaction, make a bold statement, about yourself or a topic but try to keep it humorous or positive so that people are drawn to you and not away. For some personalities, it's much easier to resort to humor and jokes to get the pressure off a first meeting. Definitely use this tactic, but make sure that you use humor tastefully and to your advantage, but always do it with flare.
Tip 3: Speaking Clearly?: When creating your personal message for others to hear, be sure to use a clear, relaxed voice. Prepare what you will say prior to starting the message by writing it down and or rehearsing it a number of times. Messages that ramble or have many mistakes may not be as successful as well thought out messages.? When you speak clearly and have a nice strong clear voice, your point will always get across, and the other will always know exactly what you want.
Tip 4: Ask Questions: When having a conversation, sometimes the best way to learn about someone is to ask specific questions, about their history or habits or interests, and that is usually a good starting point to start chatting to people. Ask specific questions, it shows that you are also knowledgeable and have interest, but also do not ask questions that put others on the defense. Be tactful, and you never know what you may hear or find out.