- Approach someone else who seems to be seeking conversation
- If you're having a hard time "breaking into" an existing conversation, then stand at the entrance area and approach people as they walk in
- Ask someone you know to introduce you to a new contact
- Give a compliment; say something nice; smile
- Ask questions; allow the other party to do most of the talking if possible; show interest in what they're saying
- Try it. When will be your very next opportunity to "mix it up?" Set your intention ahead of time; re-read this article. Set a goal for how many new people you'd like to meet.
- SHARE this article with a friend -- sharing is a great way to give to others you care about.
- TALK ABOUT this article today with a friend or work associate who might be interested in the ideas presented.
- "Evernote It" -- Save this article to your Evernote account for future reference or for re-reading at a later date. Click HERE to install Evernote Web Clipper, which lets you save interesting stuff you see on the web directly to your Evernote account.
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