Become An Amazing Conversationalist - How to Connect And Build Chemistry With Anyone
The most beautiful instances in life are when we find that perfect chemistry with a new friend.
I’ve been studying human connection for 20+ years. And every time I look for resources on how to connect with someone, the results usually come up short. Conversation is easy, conversation is simple, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t get confusing. So often people are focused on the wrong things and they end up spinning their tires, as they can be “doing” a lot—but none of it actually brings dramatic results in terms of the relationships you really want in your life.
That’s why I created this class. I wanted to produce a thorough step-by-step method anyone can use when beginning interactions in almost any context—whether business or making friends in general.
Section One - Before You Speak
The first section is the most important, and will be the defining factor in whether you become a great conversationalist. It’s all about what happens beneath the words. Because body language and tonality are the most important aspects of connection and chemistry with another person, it’s important that you master these techniques and mindsets before you even open your mouth.
Section Two - Starting Conversation
The biggest place most people screw-up an interaction is in the first 30 seconds. It’s the part of any new relationship that holds the most anxiety. “What do I say?” “How do I act?” After this section, you’ll no longer be dreading job interviews or saying hi to that interesting person in the cafeteria.
Section Three - Holding Conversation
When I used to struggle with conversation, it always felt like walking a tightrope—where the further I got, the more likely I could screw it all up!
Here’s what ran through my head while meeting someone new:
In this section, I’ll show you everything I know about how to connect with the right people. I’m giving you social techniques so you always have fun, interesting conversation flowing at all times.
Section Four - Working The Room
The final section shows you how to put all your skills together when at a social event such as a party, bar, cafe, convention, or wherever you are meeting new people. We’ll talk about something I call “meditative mingling”—along with a bunch of other tools to manage your anxiety in rooms full of people. Often social skills are taught out of context from real-life situations. That’s why it’s important to learn how to manage the pandemonium of nightlife and social functions in general.
Who am I?
My name is Anthony Recenello - I'm a social skills and relationship coach working in Los Angeles, CA. “What do I say?” is probably the question I’m asked most in my 15+ years of helping people meet someone new.
I’ve been featured in The New York Times, CNN, FOX, VICE, and many more publications for my ability to teach all kinds of people how to be a charming individual and meet the right people.
I’m excited to make this my first class on Skillshare, and hopefully release more classes as time goes on.
Other Useful Links:
Interested in private coaching? - https://recenello.com/coaching
My twice-a-week live podcast - https://youtube.com/BetasPodcast
My main YouTube channel - https://youtube.com/AnthonyRecenello
Instagram - https://instagram.com/anthonyrecenello
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