Welcome back to Episode #12 of The Daily Interaction podcast. Today’s topic is to explore smart and effective ways to end conversations politely and yet firmly and in such a way that you still leave the best impression to boot.
Life creates so many ways to engage with people and if you do enjoy interactions, you are likely to come across many, many different people at various functions and events. Ever get in a conversation and not quite know how to get out of it fast and with poise? I share with you my power tips on that in this episode.(download .mp3)
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Your Weekly Friday Show Notes:
1. What does yoga, an Indian grocery store and flirting have to do with ending conversations effectively? A lot, of course!
2. Power tips on meeting new people at a conference or an event or any situation where you might find yourself in a pickle, and how to get out of an unwanted conversation politely.
3. What exact phrases and expressions to use to delicately pull yourself out of a conversation that you wish to end.
4. What is the one single thing that makes or breaks all communications?
5. How to get out of the conversations with regard to bosses, supervisors, managers, and people above you at work and in an organization?
6. What is your most precious commodity and why you should guard it.
7. My story of how rudely I was interrupted while working at the Sheraton lobby during TIFF in Toronto, Canada and how I handled this crazy exception to the norm.
8. Two sincere warnings on things not to do so that they do not sabotage your reputation or your perceived integrity and personality.
9. Final thoughts on pulling yourself out of a conversation in such a way that you leave lasting impressions.
Your thoughts on the show:
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