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🏓 Ping-pong methods help in ...

🏓 Ping-pong methods help in ...

Using the ping pong method of asking questions can help open up conversations and create connections, as seen in the interaction with Character B, showcasing the power of showing genuine interest in others.

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So here are the reasons why I talk to strangers: Because I never know what might happen, because the world is full of surprises, and because the very thing I am most worried about might turn into the thing I need most.

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