4,000 Questions for Getting to Know Anyone and Everyone [Secure eReader (recommended)/Microsoft Reader/Adobe PDF]
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by Barbara Ann Kipfer
Description: 4,000 ways to achieve instant intimacy.... What, more than anything, makes you angry? Who were your childhood idols? What kind of leader are you most inclined to follow? What has happened to the art of conversation? In the age of Internet chat rooms, speed dating, and frantic text messaging, have we forgotten how to meaningfully connect? This book of 4,000 provocative questions will help you get to know anyone and everyone in every social situation. Use it to go beyond small talk at parties, networking events, dates, dinner tables, and road trips. It's for getting to know someone you just met and learning a lot more about someone you thought you already knew (who may be yourself)., A perfect social tool for the Internet generation, Features thematic sections on lifestyle choices, pastimes, politics, family, and more, A resource for self-discovery and for journalists and writers doing interviews and developing characters, plots, and story lines.
eBook Publisher: Random House, Inc./Random House Information Group,
EPIC eBookstore Release Date: May 2007
5 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats [Secure eReader (recommended)/Microsoft Reader/Adobe PDF - What's this?]: SECURE MICROSOFT READER FORMAT [383 KB] - Requires Microsoft Reader 2.1.1 for PCs, SECURE EREADER (RECOMMENDED) FORMAT [175 KB], SECURE ADOBE PDF FORMAT [721 KB], OEBFF Format (IMP) [411 KB]
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Childhood & School
Where did you grow up?
Where did you go to school?
Did you have a special place where you went to be alone as a child?
How did you rebel as a child?
What did you hide from your parents?
Are you the same person you were as a child, or much different?
Talk about a time when you got into trouble at school.
Do you consider your childhood a happy one?
What is your saddest memory?
What were your first words and who told you what they were?
Do you have any siblings?
Was there anything unusual about your birth?
Who did you think was the smartest person in the world?
What was your most memorable toy?
Who had the most positive influence on you?
Why were you given your name and does it have a special meaning?
Did you have your own telephone growing up, or any other special privileges?
Did you ever get lost?
What is a special compliment you always received?
In what organizations and extracurricular activities did you participate?
What was the craziest thing you did in your youth?
Copyright © 2004 by Barbara Ann Kipfer.