Come up with icebreaker questions


  1. Walk up to somebody and introduce yourself
    Start by saying hello and telling the other person who you are and why you are at that place. 
  2. Use icebreaker questions in a business environment
    Make a list of open-ended questions that you can ask. As business icebreakers, you can use the following questions: What got you interested in marketing/coding…? What is the best thing about your profession? How long have you worked as…? What advice would you give your younger self? What is one thing you could have done differently? What advice would you give to a person who is just starting?
  3. Use icebreaker questions in a social environment
    As social icebreakers, you can use the following questions: If you could replay any moment in your life, what would it be? What is something that most people would never guess about you? What is your favorite film/book/song? Which is your dream vacation spot? How long have you known your best friend? Which qualities in a person do you value the most?


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