How To Never Run Out of Things To Say – The Perfect Exercise (Takes 2-3 min.)

Are you afraid to talk to women, because you don’t know what to say? Or maybe you’re afraid that in the middle of the conversation you’ll get stuck, and you won’t know what to tell next?

Then just start doing this simple exercise, and, I’m sure, you’ll never run out of things to say.

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How to never run out of things to say?

A simple, yet very effective exercise, that will never let you run out of things to say.

Neurological path
  • It will make your brain associate much faster.
  • It will strengthen the neurological paths in your brain.
  • You’ll be able to come up with an idea any time.
  • And, you’ll be able to talk about anything, in any situation, with anybody.

I’ve been doing this exercise as well for a whole year, with just a few days off, and I can guarantee you, that it works miracles.


The exercise

If I had to give you only one advice about how to never run out of things to say, then this exercise would be it.

Chain of association.

Maybe you already heard about it.

But have you tried it out?

And, have you been doing it?

The exercise is simple.

You start out with a random word, and after that, you just tell the first word that comes to your mind.

Never run out of things to say

That’s it.

And you go on and on like this, for a few minutes, or until you really don’t have anything else to say.

An example

Let’s say you start with the word “paper”. The association can look something like this.

Paper, white, milk, liquid, water, ocean, earth, nature, mountains, road, car, driving license, ID, 18+, alcohol, party, women, clubs, night-life…

Chain of association

And you go on and on like this.

How to start?

You can start this exercise, by setting the timer to 2-3 minutes first, and just go in your own pace.

I would recommend doing it for at least a week like this, until you get used to it.

  • Try not to repeat yourself.
  • Never judge what comes to your mind first. Just say it.
  • And try to go faster and faster.

The point is to say it out loud, and to train your brain to come up with an idea, and to associate in any situation.

So the next time you don’t know what to say, one simple association can save you from that awkward silence.

Related: Can You Get Rid of Social Anxiety? – The 7 Best Tips on How To Do It

A bit more advanced

So, after you got used to the exercise, and you feel like you are ready for the next step, you can do it with a metronome.

60 beat/minute will feel very fast at first, but that’s the speed you want to aim for.

So, that means you’ll have to tell a word every second.

In the beginning, you’re going to repeat yourself a lot.

But that’s totally fine.

In the beginning, everybody does it like that.

  • Just go with the flow.
  • Say it out loud, what comes to your mind at first.
  • And practice it consistently.

3 minutes should be enough for a day in the beginning.

But if you feel like it’s too fast, you can go with 50 or 40 beats/minute.

Later on, with practice, I’m sure you’ll be able to get up to 60.

An extra tip

If you want to make it even more advanced, you can imagine the word in front of you, while you’re saying it.

Imagine what you say

Later on, you can try it out, and insert it into your routines. But in the beginning, it is going to be impossible to pay attention to so many things at once.

So just be patient with yourself, do this exercise at least 3 minutes every day, and if you do it long enough, I promise, that you’ll never run out of things to say, and that you don’t have to worry anymore, that you’ll get stuck while talking to women. (Or anybody else)

Right now, you are at step 3/10, in the 10-step system on how to find your ideal partner.

Continue the system with the next small bite, here.

If you don’t know about this system yet, BUT you truly want to find your ideal partner, then see the full 10-step system here.

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Until next time.

Take care.

Thomas Kallos Find Your Ideal Partner

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