What questions should talkin’ ask itself?
For a long time now I asked myself, what value talkin’ gives to the world. What’s the social conext talkin’ is set in? Usually I write down articles and thoughts I have around talkin. Here I assembled a couple of them.
The loninliness epidemic is taking over the world. How can people be less lonely? Or is it actually fine that we’re lonely?
- Teens have less face time with their friends – and are lonelier than ever (archived)
- https://www.smartbrief.com/original/2019/05/americas-loneliness-epidemic-hidden-systemic-risk-organizations http://archive.is/n819b
- https://www.city-journal.org/decline-of-family-loneliness-epidemic http://archive.is/zGpyL
People less and less enjoy life
People meet more and more virtually. Is that good or bad?
Social is eating the time and is showing a superficial way of living life. Is that good or bad, and if bad something worth thinking of?
Advice on how to grow up probably always was hard. How to foster the exchange between experienced and new?
Do we really expand the “comfort zone” at talkin’ and is it something that actually has an impact?
Stress, “grinding” for business and money seem to be popular “paths to happiness”. Is it worthin thinking of an environment where other ideals are lived?
We are afraid of so many things in our world – should we train to not be afraid?
We live passive life, have troubles actively creating it.
We live in a world where communication goes digital, which is probably good or bad? Is talkin’ a good environment to meet, socialize and experience interactions?
How to be curios?
There are so many helps out there for conversation starter and guidelines … did we forget how to be curios?