10 Conversation Starters – Devise an Ending

Ending #1 There are only four ways to find a husband, including… Ending #2: The way to avoid losing an argument is … Ending #3: I would never be able to have a conversation with … Ending #4: I can solve most problems except … Ending #5: It must be great to be Chinese becauseContinue reading “10 Conversation Starters – Devise an Ending”

Connect with you Partner – 7 Conversation Starters – Week 27

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 – Be Devil’s Advocate

Choose one person to play devils advocate during the conversation. A devil’s advocate is someone who takes a position he or she does not necessarily agree with, simply for the sake of debate. Do it in a light-hearted way! Question #1: Has earth ever been visited by beings from other planets? Question #2: Is itContinue reading “10 Conversation Starters – Be Devil’s Advocate”

Connect with you Partner – 7 Conversation Starters – Week 26

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 – What would You Say

Imagine you are an agony aunt called Doreen who people contact because you give quirky but useful answers. How would you reply to the following? Question #1 Dear Doreen, my identical twin brother has set up a Facebook page in my name and posts embarrassing photos of himself. People think it’s me. What should IContinue reading “10 Conversation Starters – What would You Say”

Connect with you Partner – 7 Conversation Starters – Week 25

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 on Dating

Question #1 You arrange to meet for a first date at a cinema. When you arrive you find that your date is dressed as a superhero. What are some of the reactions you could choose to have? Question #2 You want to take your date out in such a way that you will appear toContinue reading “10 Conversation Starters on Dating”

10 Conversation Starters for Dancers

#1 How could break dancing be adapted for people over sixty? #2 If female tap dancers had to wear tutus and male tap dancers had to wear ballet tights, what would happen? #3 What’s the best form of dance for very overweight people? #4 Imagine there was to be a ballroom dancing in blindfolds event.Continue reading “10 Conversation Starters for Dancers”

Connect with you Partner – 7 Conversation Starters – Week 23

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 Ice Breakers on Creative Solutions

Can you think of ways to solve these problems creatively? Problem #1: You are an artist and have been asked to demonstrate to a group of fellow artists a unique painting technique you have devised. You travel several hundred miles, arrive at the venue where there are fifty people waiting, and discover your paints haveContinue reading “10 Ice Breakers on Creative Solutions”