Meet the experts: Sarah Jones is a relationship expert, and founder and CEO of coaching website Introverted Alpha, and Sameera Sullivan is the CEO of Lasting Connections, an elite matchmaking service. "This is a great ice-breaker because it's a little mischievous and flirtatious," Jones says.
This conversation starter can bring a light, playful, untethered feeling into your mix of questions, Jones says.
Obviously, certain questions are appropriate for different phases of a relationship.
You wouldn't want to ask someone on the second date to reveal to you what most people don't know about him, but you may be able to if you've been together for several months.
Asking questions during a phone conversation isn’t something you do randomly. Asking the right questions and in the right order can make a lasting impression and can make sure you get the date.
It’s also an essential part of being a great conversationalist.