A new guide for starting your own conversation group. Gather. Talk. Elevate.

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Meaningful conversations with a lovely Vancouver conversation group. All light.

Our new app, Conversation Starters (YA, download it HERE!), is making goodness like this happen:

“I met a co-worker for lunch on our day off. I asked her one question. She answered and said, “ask another!” I asked, “What do you really want, but deep down, you think you don’t deserve?” She said, “a daughter.” Blew me away. Deepened our friendship, and opened a conversation we never would’ve had otherwise.” – Erin

This. THIS is why we made it — to make it easier for people to connect! We are so jazzed by what’s been happening.

In addition to the app, or if you’re an Android user — yes loves, we hear you and we’ll get there! — we designed a free conversation group guide. Super simple and engaging. Call your girlfriends, get your work team together for lunch.

In it you’ll find tips on how to structure your group gatherings (+ download the printable cards – for fweeee!).

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What you’re saying about the Conversation Starters…

“The ‘depth’ of the question cards ranges from how you most like to have fun to who you most need to forgive. But more than the questions themselves is the energy in which they’re asked. The audacity of Danielle’s honesty prompts you to answer questions in such a way that contemplating how you like your coffee becomes transformative.” – Riley James Page


“Just the other day my S.O. and I were struggling aloud to each other with the fact that we are both quieter people. We like to get deep with each other, but often it’s hard because we’re both so geared towards silence and waiting for someone to initiate. Thank you for helping the quiet people go deep.” – Kiki


“As my husband was watching TV I said, “Cant I ask you a few questions?” And so our magical exchange started. With each question, he took his time and gave his true answer. After our exchanged, I asked him another question and stopped. After a minute he said, “Don’t you have any more questions for me?” Yea, this Conversation Starters is AMAZING and a great tool.” – Sabrina


The pocket tool of desire” (as I’m calling it) will allow all of us to go a step further and stay moving toward what we want on a daily basis. As someone who travels over 150,000 miles a year, this app will allow me to travel lighter, think deeper and stay grounded.” – Hedy


And some social love…

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Learn more about and download the Conversation Starters App HERE.

 

 

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