Over the course of last year we have been challenging ourselves. See, almost every conversations we engage in usually start with an introduction followed by the question of what do you do. We think this results in people putting each other into boxes instead of getting to know each other on a deeper level. So we decided to forbid ourselves to ask the what question and start with the who.
WHO ARE YOU?
We found that by asking who are you and listening to the other, people start opening up. We appreciate other‘s curiosity in us and not just in our societal position. And by getting to know each other better, we realize that we are all facing the same everyday challenges and the very same things are making us happy. We start connecting, we start ideating and essentially we start collaborating from a deeper space.