Arnoldas LingėCoaching specialistSome time ago
What's your conversation starter?

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Eleonora OrCreator, deep thinker, artist
“How are you? “ if I know them. If I don't I try to observe and understand their interests either by other conversations or if somebody told me something about them so and I start with their "top" topic (the things that interests them the most), Otherwise just with a "hi I'm.... What about you? “and let things flow
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Arnoldas LingėCoaching specialist
Eleonora Or, Great conversation starter!
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