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Be a better conversationalist by using information you already know about someone to ask questions, advises Dr. Mitch Carnell, a member of the National Speakers Association. Example: “I remember you love old movie posters. What’s your collection like these days?” Showing that you recall details from prior conversations will flatter the speaker and keep the conversation flowing.
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