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    Default Compliment Transition

    I'm looking for some good ideas to engage someone after they compliment you or something you are wearing. I instinctively thank them and then it doesn't go anywhere, I need a better game plan. Any thoughts?

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    Default Re: Compliment Transition

    Quote Originally Posted by aetius View Post
    I'm looking for some good ideas to engage someone after they compliment you or something you are wearing. I instinctively thank them and then it doesn't go anywhere, I need a better game plan. Any thoughts?
    If they compliment you on something, you could engage the conversation by saying, "Thank you. And I like your necklace, That's really interesting. I bet you got that as a gift for a special occasion..." This opens her to explain where she actually got it, whether it was in fact a gift, or if she just bought it herself.

    Then you could continue on with "You know, you have a really sharp sense of style, your ensemble here is totally on point. High Five!!" And high-five her.
    It's makes the interaction playful, as well as gets the two of you touching.

    After that, you could ask her for a little advice or input on your own fashion/style & if she would recommend anything in particular.. whether it be clothing, shoes, hairstyle, cologne etc...

    Once you get the conversation rolling she will have give you plenty of clues for more transitions...


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    Thank you for the detailed and well written answer. I learned some good ideas from it.

    I know one thing I really have to work on is processing out a reply like that more quickly. By the time I scan her for a conversation piece and formulate a sentence based on the observation it almost feels too late. I'm sure I'll get better with practice, I tend to over analyze my sentences too much I know.

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    Default Re: Compliment Transition

    Quote Originally Posted by aetius View Post
    Thank you for the detailed and well written answer. I learned some good ideas from it.

    I know one thing I really have to work on is processing out a reply like that more quickly. By the time I scan her for a conversation piece and formulate a sentence based on the observation it almost feels too late. I'm sure I'll get better with practice, I tend to over analyze my sentences too much I know.
    Oh me too!! I've been there!
    It really does just take practice.

    And believe it or not, texting/emailing can help sharpen your "live" conversational skills.
    You can take your time & look for clues to transition with from her reply.

    And the thing about practicing something is to do it slowly at first. Anyone who learned to play a musical instrument will tell you that the best way to get good, & to get FAST... is to practice SLOWLY.

    When you slow down & go over the techniques your brain begins to lock them into memory, as do your nerves & impulses.

    Then one day, out of nowhere, something clicks & you realize "Hey, I got this!!" & you start shredding!!
    It becomes second nature & easier & you can "play" much more fluidly, rapidly & consistently.

    But like I said, don't worry about having the lightning quick response just yet.... it'll come on it's own if you keep going over the techniques.



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