If I told you that I was a huge introvert all my life - you can probably guess that wasn’t the best at conversations...still not, but getting better. I tend to overthink conversations to the point where I make things worse for myself. Though conversations, in general, could be difficult, the worst is how to end one. So here’s an outline of four practical points to consider when trying to end a conversation. But you should always remember to practice it, of course, it’s not going to come naturally at first.
David Raxa is a very young creative introvert. He's a typical guy with various interest, but the reason why I wanted to interview him because I knew that he was someone I couldn't entirely relate to given that he was a middle child in our family. The awkward middle is definitely an interesting place to be.
"Hey, how you doing?"
"Good...good. How are you?" I replied nervously as my palms began to sweat and heart began beating so fast I thought it was coming out of my chest. All the while, questions start to bombard my head almost all at once. What's happening? Why do I feel nervous? How do I end this conversation and move on? Uhg...