She says the key is to be open to where the other person wants to go, and to listen.
“Nucleotide.” One of Gunn’s favorite interviews was with a food safety researcher who ended up talking about mussels.
The good news for introverts is that this means working a room doesn’t require comfort with crowds as much as it requires comfort with yourself.
The problem is that it’s hard to figure out how to get to that interesting part of someone.
But there is no way to grow without being awkward at first, so try it.
It feels good to be able to find the interesting thing about anyone you talk with.
He told her that you are only supposed to eat them in months that have Rs in them, because in June, July and August the water is warm and bacteria levels go up, and muscles are basically filters. She is great at small talk because she can go to the International Biotech conference and find comedy.