Secrets to conversation

The four “go-to” topics you should always use in all your new conversations

Group of Business people networking

When it comes to conversation, you’re a natural. You can chat up a storm with just about anyone, you’re a pro at listening, and you love meeting and connecting with new people.

But when it comes to starting that conversation? That’s a different story.

This is one of the most common concerns we hear about networking: How do you just walk up to someone you don’t know at an event—and start talking?


F= Family, O=Occupation, R=Recreation, D= Dreams/Goals

Just use the following formula that will always help you out to start conversations.

Family Playing Game Together At Home


Family is blood and they are the people who most people have spent large portions of their life with. They  accept you for who you are, who would do anything to see you smile and who love you no matter what. Family is one and only place where your life begins and love never ends. You may have lots of people in your life, but you won’t find a single person who care the most like your parents. Your life with your family is what makes you the person you are today. People have stories about their parents or siblings or just how they grew up.

  1. What has been your favorite childhood memory that you will always treasure?
  2. Do you feel like you had a closer relationship with your mother or father and why?
  3. Would your parents consider you well-behaved or bad-behaved?

and much more…(be creative)



One of the most important aspects of work is that it provides a person the income necessary to meet basic living needs. Work also gives people a sense of identify and a feeling of accomplishing activities that contribute to society. The national average of work hours is from 7.8 to 8.4 hours a day at work. They spend most of their time at work!

  1. What inspired you to work at your current place?
  2. What has been the best moments you have had at work and why?
  3. If you could be the boss at your job for a week, what would you change?

and much more…(be creative)



Recreation helps you

  • Helps You Relax
  •  Reduces Stress
  • Impacts Your Health
  •  Refresh the Senses
  • Refills the Energy
  • Quality of Life improves
  1. What do you love to do in your free time?
  2. If you had all the free time in the world, what would you do with it?
  3. Who taught you how to………. and how long did it take you to learn it?

and much more…(be creative)

Dreams Road Sign with dramatic clouds and sky.

You just had a dream and it rocked your world. It shook you so much that you wrote it down as soon as you woke up, because you had to remember this one. You think about how real it was, and how it felt like years had gone by within the dream when it was only minutes. You look back on some symbols and key phrases from the dream and wonder what they meant, and how you can apply dream lessons to real life. You know, on some level, that dreams are meaningless, but still you think,This dream wasn’t like other dreams; this was important.

  1. What has been the craziest dream you would love to really experience in real life?
  2. Have you ever had a dream that scared you so much that you peed yourself in the bed?
  3. If you could make a movie from one of you dreams which one would it be?

and much more…(be creative)


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