One of the most asked question is “How Can I Be More Interesting?” And many folks ask this question because they want to stand out from everyone else and feel like people will enjoy hearing them and love being with them. And we feel that once we know the answer to this question we can go out and conquer anybody.But in order to become that fascinating, interesting individual we must follow a simple formula. And when you do follow this simple equation you will stand out from anybody in the room and you can and will become that “Ultimate Conversationalist”. But now what is that principle we are talking about and how can we attain this amusing power?
C * E * S= Ultimate Conversationalist
This is the formula that will help you stand out from others? But what does it mean?
According to experience life “Curiosity, at its core, is all about noticing and being drawn to things we find interesting. It’s about recognizing and seizing the pleasures that novel experiences offer us, and finding novelty and meaning even in experiences that are familiar.
We can be curious about how to make the best souffle how to write a kids book or even how to become a better conversationalist. There are million of things we can be interested about and definitely learn.
When we are curious, we see things differently; we use our powers of observation more fully. We sense what is happening in the present moment, taking note of what is, regardless of what it looked like before or what we might have expected it to be.”
We feel alive and engaged, more capable of embracing opportunities, making connections, and experiencing moments of insight and meaning — all of which provide the foundation for a rich, aware and satisfying life experience.
So when we are interested we tend to do new things that captivate us and we actually want to do it again or even research about it. For example: Most scientific discoveries begin with curiosity. Someone says “Hmm, I wonder why that happens?” … or “I wonder what will happen if …”. Then they think about it and formulate a hypothesis, a possible answer to their question. Then they do experiments to try to either support or eliminate the hypothesis.
So when you go down the road of curiosity you will find doors that will open and that’s the push that will get you to do the next important part of the equation which is to explore!
According to Open Road Journey “Before you know it, you’re looking back over the years of your life and counting your most exciting memories on one hand. Everything else simply blurs into a time span of nothing more than existence.” Life isn’t always about being safe and comfortable – it’s about living, being adventuresome, getting out of our comfort zones. And once you begin to explore and get out of your comfort zone you will gain experiences and just be irresistible. You can have all the curiosity in the world but if you don’t motivate yourself and jump out of the sofa and actually gain new experiences out there, you wont be interesting. You cannot be interesting because you haven’t done anything new. But what do I mean by exploring new things?
For Example You Can:
- Go kayaking
- Go snorkeling
- Adopt a Pet
- Take a pottery class
- Run a marathon
- Travel to New Zealand
- Learn Japanese
- Become a Chef
- Create an app
- Become a tutor
This is only some stuff out of a million things you can go explore. If you do not explore and just don’t do anything how can you offer something unique that people want to hear. No one will listen to you! But once you have explored you will have more knowledge in many other topics and there is one more thing you must do with all of this new information/experiences.
How to Be Interesting: (In 10 Simple Steps)
When you tell a story to a friend, you can transfer experiences directly to their brain. They feel what you feel. They empathize. What’s more, when communicating most effectively, you can get a group of people’s brains to synchronize their activity. As you relate someone’s desires through a story, they become the desires of the audience. When trouble develops, they gasp in unison, and when desires are fulfilled they smile together.
For as long as you’ve got your audience’s attention, they are in your mind. When you hear a good story, you develop empathy with the teller because you experience the events for yourself. This makes sense. Stories should be powerful.
To me, an important part of my personal life is to make memories. And, the best way to make memories is with others. Not only do you end up having someone who you can laugh about the experience with, but you inspire a sense of adventure in others.
So first of all get curious about something new, then explore it so then you can finally share it with the rest. The more information, experience you have accumulated makes you a more a more valuable persona and an out of this world Conversationalist. Become the fascination and attraction that people are magnetic to by using this straightforward formula and you will be on your way to be “The Most Fascinating Person In The Room!”
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