10 Conversation Starters – Eight Hours

Many people’s days are spent roughly split into three eight-hour segments—eight hours sleep, eight hours work or education, plus a further eight hours. Scenario #1 If you had to spend eight hours watching movies, stopping only for food, bathroom breaks, and to change location if desired, what movies would you watch, how would you watchContinue reading “10 Conversation Starters – Eight Hours”

Connect with you Partner – 7 Conversation Starters – Week 32

Communication seems to be easier than ever. There’s no shortage of options, from texting and email to Snapchat, Facebook, and Instagram. But this is the reality: when it comes to digging deeper and getting to the heart and soul of another being, well, we’re pretty out of practice. How often have you sat across from your partner and heard the same old, same old? Or maybe you’re the one asking the superficial and routine questions: How was your day? How do you feel? What do you want for dinner? What should we watch? Just imagine how a relationship can grow by learning something new about the person you’ve known for only a few weeks or for even decades. That’s the power of thought-provoking, open-ended questions. They get us to dig deep, examine our motives, review our personal histories, crack our hearts open, and answer with honesty and—if we’re even luckier—revelation.

10 Conversation Starters – Education

Scenario #1 You have been chosen to devise a new course for the country’s school curriculum. What course would you devise for five to seven year olds? Scenario #2 There needs to be more fun and laughter in schools! What could teachers do to bring more fun into the learning environment? Scenario #3 You haveContinue reading “10 Conversation Starters – Education”

Connect with you Partner – 7 Conversation Starters – Week 31

Communication seems to be easier than ever. There’s no shortage of options, from texting and email to Snapchat, Facebook, and Instagram. But this is the reality: when it comes to digging deeper and getting to the heart and soul of another being, well, we’re pretty out of practice. How often have you sat across from your partner and heard the same old, same old? Or maybe you’re the one asking the superficial and routine questions: How was your day? How do you feel? What do you want for dinner? What should we watch? Just imagine how a relationship can grow by learning something new about the person you’ve known for only a few weeks or for even decades. That’s the power of thought-provoking, open-ended questions. They get us to dig deep, examine our motives, review our personal histories, crack our hearts open, and answer with honesty and—if we’re even luckier—revelation.

10 Conversation Starters – Easier, Better, or Alternative

Scenario #1 Is there an easier, better, or alternative way to help people in developing countries other than donating money to large organizations? Scenario #2 Is there an easier, better, or alternative way to lose weight than to eat less and exercise more? Scenario #3 Is there an easier, better, or alternative way for peopleContinue reading “10 Conversation Starters – Easier, Better, or Alternative”

Connect with you Partner – 7 Conversation Starters – Week 30

Communication seems to be easier than ever. There’s no shortage of options, from texting and email to Snapchat, Facebook, and Instagram. But this is the reality: when it comes to digging deeper and getting to the heart and soul of another being, well, we’re pretty out of practice. How often have you sat across from your partner and heard the same old, same old? Or maybe you’re the one asking the superficial and routine questions: How was your day? How do you feel? What do you want for dinner? What should we watch? Just imagine how a relationship can grow by learning something new about the person you’ve known for only a few weeks or for even decades. That’s the power of thought-provoking, open-ended questions. They get us to dig deep, examine our motives, review our personal histories, crack our hearts open, and answer with honesty and—if we’re even luckier—revelation.

10 Conversation Starters: Analyze Dreams

Have a go at analyzing these dreams and give your suggestions as to their meaning: Dream Analysis #1 You are floating above a park It’s sunny, children are playing, and people are having picnics. The scene is lovely and you with you were part of it. You decide to float down and join in, butContinue reading “10 Conversation Starters: Analyze Dreams”

Connect with you Partner – 7 Conversation Starters – Week 29

Communication seems to be easier than ever. There’s no shortage of options, from texting and email to Snapchat, Facebook, and Instagram. But this is the reality: when it comes to digging deeper and getting to the heart and soul of another being, well, we’re pretty out of practice. How often have you sat across from your partner and heard the same old, same old? Or maybe you’re the one asking the superficial and routine questions: How was your day? How do you feel? What do you want for dinner? What should we watch? Just imagine how a relationship can grow by learning something new about the person you’ve known for only a few weeks or for even decades. That’s the power of thought-provoking, open-ended questions. They get us to dig deep, examine our motives, review our personal histories, crack our hearts open, and answer with honesty and—if we’re even luckier—revelation.

10 Conversation Starters – Creative Homes

House #1: Your house is built on a base that rotates so that it can face any way you would like it to. How would you choose to use this feature? House #2: If apartments were designed so that any room could be interchanged with any other, how would you arrange your rooms? House #3:Continue reading “10 Conversation Starters – Creative Homes”

Connect with you Partner – 7 Conversation Starters – Week 28

Communication seems to be easier than ever. There’s no shortage of options, from texting and email to Snapchat, Facebook, and Instagram. But this is the reality: when it comes to digging deeper and getting to the heart and soul of another being, well, we’re pretty out of practice. How often have you sat across from your partner and heard the same old, same old? Or maybe you’re the one asking the superficial and routine questions: How was your day? How do you feel? What do you want for dinner? What should we watch? Just imagine how a relationship can grow by learning something new about the person you’ve known for only a few weeks or for even decades. That’s the power of thought-provoking, open-ended questions. They get us to dig deep, examine our motives, review our personal histories, crack our hearts open, and answer with honesty and—if we’re even luckier—revelation.