- 1 What to say when I don’t know what to say?
- 2 Why do I never know what to say?
- 3 How do I find things to say?
- 4 How do you be there for someone when you don’t know what to say?
- 5 How do you say I don’t know in polite way?
- 6 How do you ask questions when you don’t know what to ask?
- 7 What to do if you don’t know what to do?
- 8 How do you say I don’t know in a professional way?
- 9 What are topics to talk about with your crush?
- 10 How do you start a conversation?
- 11 What do you say during a conversation?
- 12 How do you always say something?
What to say when I don’t know what to say?
Here are my tricks for how to know what to say, even when you don’t know what to say.
- Memorize some universal questions.
- Switch between sharing and asking questions.
- Focus all your attention on the conversation.
- Keep the conversation centered on the other person.
- Jump back to a previous topic.
Why do I never know what to say?
You never know what to say because you don’t prepare. Without preparation, you’re probably relying on luck and hope. If you have too many moments of, “I never know what to say”, during an interview, on a date, or at some random party, then most likely, it’s because you didn’t prepare or practiced enough.
How do I find things to say?
Immediate strategies for being able think of things to say
- Go in with an overall approach for making conversation.
- Pay attention and keep up with the conversation going on around you.
- Don’t filter yourself too much when trying to think of something to say.
- Don’t fret too much about saying generic things.
How do you be there for someone when you don’t know what to say?
So here are 5 things you can say when you don’t know what to say.
- Validate their experience.
- Acknowledge the person’s strengths.
- Offer support that does not require the person to initiate and that doesn’t add burden to yourself.
- Be Silent.
- Give encouragement.
How do you say I don’t know in polite way?
English Skills: 7 ways of Saying “I don’t know”
- I have no idea/I haven’t a clue/I haven’t the faintest idea.
- How should I know?/
- Who knows?/
- Your guess is as good as mine.
- Not as far as I know.
- It beats me.
How do you ask questions when you don’t know what to ask?
How to Ask When You Don’t Know What to Ask
- Ask “Why?” This is my favorite question, and (as my mom can attest) I’ve been asking it since I was very little.
- Ask for Examples.
- Ask for Comparisons.
What to do if you don’t know what to do?
8 Things to Remember When You Don’t Know What to Do with Your
- It’s Okay You Can’t Figure out the Whole Future.
- Try to Be Comfortable with Discomfort.
- Life Is Uncertain, Go with It.
- Overcome Distractions and Stop Procrastinating.
- Ask Yourself Questions.
- Volunteer or Shadow Someone.
- Save Up.
- Answer the Door.
How do you say I don’t know in a professional way?
Try one of these instead:
- I’m not sure, but I’ll find out and let you know.
- I’ll find out.
- I’ll look into it and get back to you with what I find.
- That’s a good question and I want to get you the right information. Let me get back to you by end-of-day.
What are topics to talk about with your crush?
Fun Topics to Talk About With Your Crush
- Interesting TV shows.
- Talk About Travel.
- Talk About Pets.
How do you start a conversation?
How to start a conversation
- Ask for information.
- Pay a compliment.
- Comment on something pleasant.
- Introduce yourself.
- Offer help.
- Ask for help.
- Mention a shared experience.
- Ask for an opinion.
What do you say during a conversation?
How to Start a Conversation
- Remember there’s no such thing as a “perfect line.”
- Use what you already know to your advantage.
- Don’t ask “How are you?”
- Instead, say “Tell me about you.”
- Ask, “Catch me up on your life since the last time I saw you.”
- Ask someone what keeps them busy.
How do you always say something?
Let’s dive in
- Realize That People Aren’t Judging You.
- Develop A Wide Range Of Interests So That You Can Connect With People – The Iceberg Effect.
- Listen Beyond Their Words.
- The Quick Scan: Always Have Topics To Talk About.
- The Spokes Method: Think “Around” The Current Topic So You Won’t Run Out Of Things To Say.