"Thanks" I say. I can shut the conversation down there. I'm not in a mood to talk. I'm in a mood for self-pity. Plus, the carriage is packed and I don't know how carefree I feel right now. People judge on the tube, right?"
The truth is, whether you identify as an introvert or an extrovert, socialising is tiring for everyone. What’s important to understand however, is why you get drained and how you can manage it.
So listen up introverts! We’re about to reveal why you feel drained when socialising and four ways you can manage it. Our tips are simple to understand and easy to action so you can have authentic and energising relationships with anyone.
Talking about environmental issues can sometimes feel like walking through a landmine, particularly when it’s with strangers. The potential to offend, provoke or polarise lurks behind every sentence.
Yet despite this, something powerful happened at our April event, Catalysing Conversations for World Earth Day…
Karam from Sho.Me committed to taking the leap from consultancy to entrepreneurialism after a session with one of Trigger’s life coaches. We caught up with him to find out how he made his dreams a reality and what advice he’d give aspiring entrepreneurs.
“Get out there and talk about your idea to help you put your thoughts into action! It can be someone close to you or even a stranger.”
On the eve of Valentine’s Day, 33 curious strangers committed to leaving small talk at the door and enter into a world of deep and meaningful conversation on the theme of love.
Their quest? To listen, laugh and understand a little better their fellow human. Their discovery? That they belong anywhere - all it takes is a conversation.
Haneen from Unforbidden shares how conversation enabled her to shift from solicitor to sensual supper clubs. In this interview she explains how conversations engineered serendipity and landed her this new role, along with advice on how you can too.
“I would ask questions that don’t just revolve around someone else’s journey. Everyone’s path is different. Focus on questions around mindset, motivation, industry tips, and perhaps who they can connect you with etc.”
Conversation is more than an exchange of thoughts and information, it’s an opportunity to transform your world. In this article, Trigger Conversation’s Founder and Director of the Transformational Conversations Programme, Georgie Nightingall, shares three ways you can transform your conversations today.