o survive in this society, communicating with others is our most basic ability.
And to know a person, from unfamiliar to familiar, there is a process. Each stage has its own way of chatting.
Although we don't have to be communication experts to talk to anyone, we at least know how to talk to others when facing some basic situations.
Therefore, to master the chat skills in different situations, no matter what occasion we are in, we can have a clear idea of what we are talking with others.
Whether it's talking to familiar friends or unfamiliar people, we need to establish an entry point of emotional interaction.
With this entry point, we can better break the emotional gap between each other. And greeting is the most common way to build this emotional linkage entry point.
Greetings are equivalent to the entry ticket for chatting. If you have this entry ticket, your emotional interaction with others will be more natural. On the contrary, your chat will easily lead to embarrassment, embarrassment and other emotions.
In other words, the role of greetings is to establish an appropriate chat atmosphere. When this chat atmosphere is established, people will communicate with a more relaxed, harmonious and familiar mood.
Generally speaking, there are four ways of greeting
First, take the recent situation of the other party as the starting point;
A: Daming, I haven't seen you for a long time. What are you doing recently?
B: Are busy with the company's business, there is no time to rest, and you?
Second, take the significant characteristics of the other party as the starting point;
A: Wow, I haven't seen you for so long. I didn't expect you to be so strong! What did you do?
B: I recently went to the gym. I got a fitness card and went there twice a week. I've been doing it for more than a month.
Third, build the entry point according to the information you know;
A: Why? How can I meet you here and see your circle of friends? Didn't I say that I was going to visit Thailand?
B: I didn't make it! Originally, I planned to, but suddenly there was something urgent at home, so I had to go again next time.
Fourth, construct topics from the common ground of each other;
A: Xiaolan, nice to meet you. I didn't expect that you like to visit bookstores!
B: Yes, I usually have the habit of reading. I'll come to the bookstore to see what new books I have when I'm free!