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Education (School & Education)
Anyone will tell you education is important. It is the single largest indicator of finical and social success. This category deals with formal and informal education.  It also addresses the unique relationships and interactions we have at school. 

Did you ever have a crush on one of your teachers?

What vivid memory do you have skipping school?

Where do you like to get your news?

What do you know how to say in a foreign language?

Do you know any other languages? Which ones?

What makes a good teacher?

What should they have taught you in school but didn't?

When was the last time you had to speak in public?

What criteria do you think is most important when picking a College or university?

What College/University did you want to attend but did not?

What College sports team is your favorite?

What lessons from the bible can you use today?

What book made you cry?

What does lifelong learning mean to you?

Critically speaking, what is the best book ever written?

What kind of puzzles do you like to do?

What was the last seminar or training that you attended?

What is there about money that you do not understand but would like to?

When was the first time you realized you are good at your job?

What was the first book that made you cry?

What was some good advice that you did not follow?

What was some good advice that your father gave you?

Does your heart rule your mind or your mind rule your heart?

If you could spend five minutes with the president what would you talk about?

The art of faking interest. Whether it is a business meeting, a job interview, or a first date, there are times that it is vitally important to be perceived as paying attention. The secret to be seen as interested is to be interested. The best case is to both feel and show genuine interest, If you are feeling it you will not have to worry about what you are presenting.  The best way to have real interest in what some one is saying is to gently steer the conversation. A few will placed questions center on the other persons feelings, perspective and experience can steer a conversation to topics that are of actual importance and relevance to you. Imagine a job interview where you guide the conversation toward you strengths and successes. Imagine a first date that does not seem like a job interview.


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