The conversation piece 2: (a new generation of questions)

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Ballantine Books, Oct 3, 2000 - Games - 175 pages
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The Conversation Piece Too gets people talking about everyday opinions, life changing moments and everything in between.  If you had to write a one sentence mission statement for your life, what would it be (22)?  Thinking back to all the TV series finales that you've seen over the years, which show do you think had the best final episode (3)?  If you could be a contestant on any game show, past or present, which show would you pick (253)? The Conversation Piece Too gives you a chance to find out what people think about the big questions and the little ones.  In one sentence, what do you believe is the secret of life (97)? In your opinion, what flavor of ice cream would best describe your disposition (298)?  Get to know your family and your friends--even yourself--a lot better.

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Contents

Section 1
10
Section 2
12
Section 3
26
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Bret Nicholaus and Paul Lowrie are 1991 graduates of Bethel College, St. Paul, Minnesota.  They hold their degrees in marketing and public relations/advertising, respectively.  Both authors firmly believe that creative questioning is the key to learning about ourselves and others.  They are the authors of The Conversation Piece, The Christmas Conversation Piece, The Mom and Dad Conversation Piece, Think Twice!,  and Toe Tappin' Trivia.

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