Ep025 The Science of Small Talk

In the boys longest episode to date, they go deep into the psychology of, and the different scenarios of small talk. We explore how people choose to engage in small talk, some of the tactics used and the general observations of small talkers.

We manage to find a link between small talk and aspects of relationship compatibility and why some friendships prosper and why some deep rooted relationships fizzle out without any warning.

There is a lot that is covered in this episode and ironically an episode about small talk happens to be our longest episode yet. This one will for sure get you thinking and possibly disagreeing.

Listen here;

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Journey to Wherever is a weekly podcast by two mates who also just happen to be brother-in laws, getting together to record discussions that shouldn’t be left unsaid.

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Published by Journey to Wherever the Podcast

Journey to Wherever is a weekly podcast by two mates who also just happen to be brother-in laws, getting together each week to record discussions that shouldn’t be left unsaid. Daniel and Ivan discuss many topics from lifestyle, philosophy, parenting, life’s general hypotheticals and business & entrepreneurship. Each episode is sure to take you on a journey filled with laughs, debates and (maybe) tears. We believe that deep conversations facilitate ones quest to better understand ourselves and others on this journey to being greater humans. We hope this show provides you value and that our perspective has an impact on your own Journey to Wherever.

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