Patrick King



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The Science of Likability: ...

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The Art of Witty Banter: Be...

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Conversation Tactics: Strat...

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CHATTER: Small Talk, Charis...

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Improve Your Conversations:...

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Conversationally Speaking: ...

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The Science of Social Intel...

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Bulletproof Confidence: The...

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MAGNETIC: How to Impress, C...

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“The more specific your questions the better.   If you feel that you can't really continue the conversation without asking questions, you need to ask specific questions.”
Patrick King, Improve Your Conversations: Think On Your Feet, Witty Banter, and Always Know What To Say with Improv Comedy Techniques

“Instead of walling off a conversation and saying you'd rather talk about something else, you bring in a deeper and more comprehensive level of analysis. This highlights your intelligence, but it also highlights your emotional engagement.”
Patrick King, Improve Your Conversations: Think On Your Feet, Witty Banter, and Always Know What To Say with Improv Comedy Techniques

“Recall that improv is about accomplishing a shared goal. This requires flow, working together, and accepting what other people bring to the table regardless of what it is. That’s the essence of “Yes, AND…” and the opposite of “Yes, BUT…”
Patrick King, Improve Your Conversations: Think On Your Feet, Witty Banter, and Always Know What To Say with Improv Comedy Techniques



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