There are two types of talkers, according to research. Givers and Takers.
Adam Mastroianni, a Post-doctoral research scholar of Columbia Business School, wrote an essay about the two types.
"Givers think that conversations unfold as a series of invitations; takers think conversations unfold as a series of declarations. When giver meets giver or taker meets taker, all is well. When giver meets taker, however, giver gives, taker takes, and giver gets resentful (“Why won’t he ask me a single question?”) while taker has a lovely time (“She must really think I’m interesting!”) or gets annoyed (“My job is so boring, why does she keep asking me about it?”)."
Basically, givers ask a lot of questions and takers make a lot of statements to keep it interesting. Which type of talker are you?
Source: Adam Mastroianni // HuffPost