A tool for meaningful conversations and deeper relationships
Have we forgotten how to talk? This statement isn’t as weird as it sounds. Thanks to digital media, we’re more connected than ever, but do we really know the people in our lives?
When we don’t know what to ask, small talk is often the default. Superficial chit-chat may fill time, but it doesn’t help you know someone on a deep and meaningful level.
It’s why you’ll love the Icebreaker Deck. Packed with thought-provoking conversation starters, this tool makes boring, surface-level chatter a thing of the past.
Whether you’re talking to your partner, attending a networking event, or catching up with friends, this tool helps make every conversation the main event.
Use it to break down barriers, cultivate connections, and cultivate openness and vulnerability.
Move beyond small talk
Unlock endless conversational possibilities with 150 card prompts divided between six categories.
Invigorate existing relationships
Familiarity can make us lazy. Use these prompts to spark fresh conversations with the people closest to you.
Create new opportunities
You never know where a deeper conversation might lead.
Level up your networking skills
Build meaningful relationships quicker by asking thought-provoking questions that help you get to know someone.
Get to know people better
Deepen your relationships with deep-dive prompts that encourage people to share a little more.
Use as a game
Put away your phones, switch off the TV, and use these prompts to get talking with your friends and family.
Think Bigger And Achieve More
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Accomplishing more together
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
"Tried out the deck with a friend of mine and we got to know each other more so than before. Really interesting concept."
"Every conversation starts with a question, whether it's at home, school, work or on a social setting. I've learned more about my co workers, parents, and teenage daughter as a direct result of the icebreaker deck. Well done!"
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I use this with my team at work and also utilize it at home with my girlfriend. Great way to break up the normal conversation with something different.