When was the last time you said ""You Don't Understand ! ""?
What band would you camp out all night to get tickets to see?
What is the closest you have been to a lighting strike?
What is the closest you have been to a natural disaster?
Have you ever gotten up early for a "black Friday sale"?
What is the largest crowd you have ever been in?
What is the scariest crowd you have ever been in?
What is the story behind one of your scars?
What secrets do you have for getting better service?
If you where an artist what medium would you work in?
What was the last national park you visited?
What national park would you like to go to?
What is more important than a good night's sleep
Where does a good night's sleep rank on your priorities?
What do you dislike most about modern life?
Would you be willing to live "off the grid"?
How many passwords do you have memorized?
How many phone numbers do you have committed to memory?
The ins and outs of a first impression. It takes only five to ten seconds to make a first impression. This is where the need for a firm hand shake comes into play. In that time you can either say something interesting or you can give the person you are meeting the opportunity to tell you something interesting. If you are skilled at the art of conversation you can do both.