🧠 Understand Ping-pong through... - Deepstash
🧠 Understand Ping-pong through...

🧠 Understand Ping-pong through...

  • Character A used the ping pong method to connect with Character B by asking questions about his cats (his matter of interest).
  • Initially, Character B was quiet and did not offer much information.
  • However, by showing interest in his cats, asking follow-up questions, and adding thoughts to the conversation, Character A was able to get Character B to open up and share more about his cats.
  • This led to a great conversation and connection between them.


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