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Want to skip the small talk? Use these 10 easy conversation starters to get people to open up!
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Easy and Fun Conversation Starters
We talk about finances and how to get better with them as a couple every week, but it’s only part of the equation. Marriage also need healthy, meaningful, and productive conversations.
What you talk about and how to speak with one another is important. Since many of you are enjoying your time off this weekend by hanging out with family or friends, I wanted to mix it up.
While small talk is a form of polite conversation, it’s usually about insignificant topics that don’t offer a way to connect.
Today’s episode is all about conversation starters. I got ten that can get the ball rolling.
Resources for Better Conversations
Want to learn more? Here are some resources to check out:
- Cut Through the Chaos With 15 Fun Conversation Starters
- Thought Provoking Questions to Start a Conversation
- 10 Steps to the Perfect Conversation
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