Speak with strangers by getting in their car, sitting on their shoulder or just talking in the back seat.
The Lad says it’s easy to find a person who’s ready to give you a hand if you have some experience.
The key is to get in the car and talk to them while they’re in the driver’s seat.
“Talk back to them for a few seconds to get to know them,” said Laura Williams, a former advertising manager at the ABC.
“If they’re nervous, they’ll tell you their name, their age, their occupation and where they come from.
“A lot of people just don’t know they have that ability to connect with strangers.” “
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A lot of people just don’t know they have that ability to connect with strangers.”
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If you or someone you know is struggling to talk to someone, talk to the person’s family, friends or colleagues, or get support from other family members.
It’s important to get a general feel for someone’s emotions and what they’re like, Williams said.
Talk about what you like, dislike or enjoy, as well as what you don’t.
“This is how to connect and what to say, and the best way to make a connection is through their response to you,” she said.
2:00 Listen to the conversation with a friend.
“You might find a couple of people in your car who are just really excited and curious,” said Williams.
“But you’re also just starting to understand how the world works and you don