You may get the impression that you're more at ease with how things are going after a few minutes of chatting. However, you must still try to make the conversation flow effortlessly.
It's critical to know how to avoid saying things that would make the other person uncomfortable when you want to be a good conversationalist.
You've undoubtedly heard the adage that you should avoid talking about politics or religion in social situations. When you're in a multicultural group, it's wise to follow this advice.
Avoid boring people. Don't give a lengthy, detailed description of your favorite reality show or your cat's health, for example. Allow others to take part in the discussion by allowing them to do so.
Strike the proper tone. Small talk should, in most cases, be pleasant. After all, you want people to like you. We're all naturally inclined to be nice individuals. When you're unsure what to say, look for something cheery to say.
For example, you might remark, "Wow, we've had a lot of rain recently. At the very least, we're likely to have some gorgeous spring blooms!"
It's perfectly acceptable to sympathize with a bad scenario. Simply try to make the best of it. "Bummer, we're going to be stuck working late tonight. Want to grab something to eat later? I know a fantastic pizza shop near me."