Opener and Material for Train Station

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    BlueJay
    Participant

    Just curious what opener you would use for a bus/train station or airport situation.

    And then what follow up material?

    I guess I could ask which train goes to my destination.

    Then I could follow up with what I’m going to do there?

    Then say something about her/follow the system?

    Thanks a lot.

    #74184

    Eric Disco
    Keymaster

    I’ll use Deep Thoughts or Zoo in Central Park listed here.

    Alternatively, I list a number of openers in my book:

    Ask if she’s been waiting long for the train or bus.
    Ask if you just missed the train or bus.
    Ask if the trains or buses are running on the weekend.
    Ask if a train is local or express.
    Ask easy directions: how to get to a nearby street.
    Ask more complex directions: how to get to a theater, a park, etc.

    Your follow-up can be any combination of these other questions, a statement about yourself (“I am out today looking for a book about “). Or just use your typical transition using a cold read.

    Eric

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by  Eric Disco.
    • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by  Eric Disco.
    #74188

    BlueJay
    Participant

    Thanks Eric! I have your book but I think I saw somewhere that you have some approaches recorded? Are those accessible?

    #74191

    Eric Disco
    Keymaster

    Yes. Audio is accessible. See here for more details. Offer applies to Amazon and Audible reviews.

    Eric

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