Business Development Tip: Ask Your Kids Questions and Listen Intently


Our daughter Jill loves games. When she and her husband come over we always have family game night. Occasionally we play Texas Hold’em, but Jill really prefers board games. She has recent versions of “The Game of Life,” “Risk” and other popular board games.

When Jill was in college we found a book: The Collection it included: “The Conversation Piece,” "The Mom and Dad Conversation Piece” and “The Christmas Conversation Piece.”

We gathered over dinner during her holiday break and asked questions from the book. To give you a sample, I just randomly turned to pages 74-75 to give you a sample of some of the questions:


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