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mASF post by "express"
posted on: mASF forum: Advanced Discussion, August 8, 2005

Juggler talks about the importance of making statements. Why? Basically because
they put the focus on YOU as the prize (someone with value), rather than hiding
behind a safe curtain of questions.

This sounds good in theory.

In practice, though, I've found how tricky it is. In most settings (party,
club, street, gym, etc.) no one wants to get into deep values and emotions.
Juggler says that the focus is on being GENUINE rather than deep, but how do
you make honest statements that reveal any VALUE in you in these settings?
Surely exhibiting genuine value can only be done by making deep points. But at
a party, for example, there's really not much to declare or state. Juggler
gives the example of saying "I like..." if you're stuck for statements, but
this seems pretty limited to me. What other ways can effective statements be

It also seems really awkward to bring up conversational threads by making
statements. I can't seem to get my head around this.

Have you guys written down your "values" in life? To me, this seems very
artificial -- I'm sure most of us can't be boilt down to five core values. Even
if you have, how can you make value-stacked statements that are not "deep" but
are "genuine"? Do you have a stockpile or stories about your life to rely on?

I'm still confused on this issue of making interesting statements in everyday
situations, so I'd really appreciate your thoughts.

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