Does this sound familiar?
It plays out every night around the dinner table. You sit down, pick up your fork, sip some wine, and you rehash the same tired stories while looking anywhere except at the person sitting across from you. The weather, your day, the temperature of the food, the topics are so banal it doesn’t matter what the details are.
Somewhere along your third attempt at pushing your peas up the mashed potatoes like a culinary Sisyphus you realize something dreadful.
You’re in a rut.
You’ve been treating your friends like panhandlers on the street, and you’re talking to your spouse like you’re around the water cooler at work. Your computer screen gets more eye contact than you do, and you realize that the answer to “how was your day” should consist of more than just “fine”.
It’s easy to get stuck, moving from day to day without the meaningful conversations we need to truly live.
What if you could change it up by playing one simple game that asked the right kinds of questions? That game is called Talk In A Box™.
Talk In A Box is for 2 to 8 players. It’s easy to play and has been used to start better conversations during dinner parties, at corporate team building events, during marriage counseling, even at school teaching students the value of communication.
But maybe you’re an introvert. We see you there, making a face, thinking “Do you mean I have to talk about my *gasp* inner feelings!?”
Yes, but hear us out.
Talk In A Box makes it easy to delve into deeper, more meaningful conversations at your pace (even if that’s glacial), and you can always pass on any questions that make you feel uncomfortable. It’s a safe, fun game to play and the process of playing will enrich your life and create deeper, more meaningful relationships with the people you care about, one question at a time.
Seem to good to be true? Read the blog, explore the site, and check out the testimonials at the bottom of the page – you’ll see that Talk In A Box is the real deal.