Day 271: The Art of Great Conversation

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When making great conversation, it helps if you are very cute (which typically means you have feathers).

Reason being, regardless of species, beings just tend to pay more attention to your words when there is eye candy to look at too.

But there is also an art to conversation itself.

For instance, you want to make direct eye contact so your conversation partner knows you are really paying attention.

You also want to use welcoming body language to encourage the other being to share more.

And of course offering compliments is always a great way to keep the conversation flowing.

So far this is a great conversation. I'll just use "direct eye contact" to keep the dialogue flowing.
So far this is a great conversation. I’ll just use “direct eye contact” to keep the dialogue flowing.
Now I'll display some "welcoming body language" to show my appreciation.
Now I’ll display some “welcoming body language” to show my appreciation.
I am really enjoying this conversation so I'll throw in a bit more "welcoming body language."
A bit more “welcoming body language” never hurts – especially since my conversation partner has cute “eye candy” to look at too!
And now - saving the best for last - I'll offer "compliments!"
And now – for the piece de resistance – I’ll throw in some “compliments.”

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Cockatiel, redfoot tortoise and box turtle mama. Author, writer, pet & people blogger.

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