The rise of technology and human interconnectedness has given rise to a growing sense of disconnection emotionally, particularly when it comes to building relationships. How do you think your closest friends would describe you? To build a strong relationship, there needs to be a meaningful connection.
No matter how outgoing or experienced you are at meeting new people, everyone runs out of topics to talk about from time to time.
That’s why having a list of backup questions (and removing “the filter“) is so important.
If you think you might be, you should give this a watch: Video 1.
What’s been your biggest mistake and what did you learn? Who’s been the biggest influence on your life and decisions? If you could do anything for a job tomorrow (with no obstacles in your way) what would you do?
What’s the most you’ve ever had to drink in a single night? Would you rather be trapped in a dark small box or at a Justin Bieber concert with no doors or windows? If you could have any superpower, what would it be?
Are you strangely sentimental about any objects you own? Have you ever dropped money, noticed, and just kept on walking? What’s the first thing you do when you get hold of a rubber band?
What’s something you have done that you would never tell your parents about? Here’s a little cheat sheet with some key questions to help you out: Further Reading Interested in learning more?
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You don’t want the conversation to come across like an interview because that would be unnatural and awkward. What’s the craziest or most out-of-character thing you’ve ever done?