What do you remember about your first day of school?
What cartoon did you watch growing up?
What would be your personal hell?
What pet frightens you?
What is your favorite dessert?
What scares you in the dark?
What is your favorite holiday?
Who do you try to impress?
What was the first concert you went to see?
How much time would you spend to save $100?
At what point did you life change for the better?
What book have you attempted to read several times but have never been able to finish?
When was the most peaceful day you have had?
What room in the house do you most like to spend time in?
How would you like your family to commemorate your life?
What do you think about when there is nothing you have to think about?
What technology do you think you will never adopt?
What is your favorite thing about summer?
What disease frightens you?
What song typifies the last 24 hours of your life?
If you had to act your age what behavior would you change?
What is the worst song to get stuck in your head?
Do you feel you have a purpose or calling in life?
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Seek first to understand and then to be understood. The surest path to an argument is to have two people both bent on making the other one understand. In any of the relationships in life it is essential that you can put yourself in a mindset that you can see things from the other person’s point of view. As you have that vantage point you are also in the best position to make yourself understood.
Competition is the final price determinant and competitive prices may result in profits which force you to accept a rate of return less than - Alfred P Sloanyou hoped for, or for that matter to accept temporary losses.