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If you are traveling somewhere you might ask where the other person is headed. If you are at place that is serving food, talk about the food. If there is music playing, talk about the music. This one works best if you talk about what they are wearing. Maybe try complementing a piece of clothing they are wearing that you like and ask where they got it. Avoid asking exactly where they live. Just keep it to general areas. These topics to talk about are great for getting to know someone better.
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This topic usually only works if you both have children. So you have something in common to talk about. Our lives are filled with tech. We are surrounded by it. That being said, if the person you are talking to seems a bit clueless about tech, you might want to switch to another topic.
This only works if they or you are into Podcasts. Whatever you are into, there is probably a podcast about it.
- Transformations: Stories of Success from Authors, Innovators, and Small Businesses Thriving on Amazon!
- How to Make Small Talk in Five Easy Steps.
- The End of Autumn: A Dark Fantasy, Young Adult Novelette.
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- Singularity Hypotheses: A Scientific and Philosophical Assessment (The Frontiers Collection)!
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All successful communities are based on the inherent contract of mutual benefit. That is, it is possible to build a billion-dollar business based on volunteer labor, but only if every participant contributes for selfish reasons. Often participants do not realize, or care, that they are part of a community. However, every single act is economic.
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