4,000 Questions for Getting to Know Anyone and Everyone

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Diversified Publishing, May 8, 2007 - Self-Help - 272 pages
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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
 

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User Review  - keepingitsimple - Overstock.com

My boyfriend and I have been dating for ten months now. I bought this book when we first started dating because my friend had it and recommended it. My boyfriend and I enjoyed getting to know each ... Read full review

Recommended for GenXers. and older GenY

User Review  - suemoe - Overstock.com

I have brought this book out with my closest friends my coworkers internet friends and boyfriend the answers are often far from what you would expect even when you think you know a person. The ... Read full review

Contents

Childhood School
Love
Spirituality
Copyright

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Dr. Barbara Ann Kipfer is a lexicographer, archaeologist, and the author of more than 25 books, including The Order of Things, 14,000 Things to Be Happy About, The Wish List, and many others.

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