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Chatting with someone can be a great way to learn more about them and their interests, but it can also be boring AF if you're not prepared. https://www.krogerfeedback.uno/ https://www.iliteblue.com/ The best conversations are the ones where you're able to get a little bit personal, but are still having fun. Having a good time is the best way to make someone feel comfortable opening up to you and getting into a conversation that's truly engaging. When the other person feels like they can't relax or have fun, they're more likely to start feeling intimidated or nervous, which can lead to an uncomfortable situation for both of you. Some of my favorite people to chat with are friends who don't really have a lot in common with me—I love it when someone is passionate about a subject I know nothing about! The problem is that I'm often bored when someone is telling me about their niche interest, but instead of just admitting to being uninterested or letting the conversation die, I keep trying to make it interesting. If you're like me, here's how you can stop being bored while chatting. In order to stop feeling bored while chatting, you need to first admit that you're bored! Admitting that you're bored is a good way to keep an open mind and be honest with yourself. Sometimes, admitting boredom is exactly what it takes to start feeling interested again. Once you've admitted you're bored, try not to act too negative or disinterested so as not to ruin the conversation for everyone else. So how do you keep things interesting, even if you're talking about something serious? Here are some tips for making sure your chats stay fun: Ask questions that require more than just a "yes" or "no" answer—open-ended questions give the other person more opportunities to speak and share about themselves. If you'd like to steer the conversation toward an interesting topic, try asking what they enjoy doing in their free time. You can also ask them how they've been or what they think of a certain topic or recent event that's come up in conversation. Just make sure you keep things relevant and don't interrupt them while they're answering! What if you know how to keep a conversation going, but you just can't get past the awkwardness of the first few minutes? It's like you have all sorts of interesting things to say, but no one is ready to listen. Well, I have some tips and tricks for you! Here are 5 things that work really well at getting past the initial ice breakers: 1) Take it seriously—if you're bored and your friend isn't interested in hearing about it, they won't be glad when you drag them into a conversation with your problems. It's worth taking a few minutes to prepare yourself so that when someone gives you their undivided attention, you're not boring them. (Sometimes it might even make a better story.) 2) Share something personal—this is a tried-and-true method for making someone want to hear more from you. Trust me; put yourself out there and people will respond by giving of themselves as well. And if they do end up bored? Well, at least you gave it your all. 3) Ask open-ended questions—this is my favorite way to get people talking about themselves. Open-ended questions invite people to talk about their thoughts and feelings. Friendships require communication, but sometimes it can be a challenge to keep a conversation going. It's so easy to get distracted when you're trying to make small talk with someone—your mind wanders, you stare off into the distance and mentally recite all the things you need to do that day, or maybe you just don't know what else to say. But there are ways to avoid feeling like your social skills are getting rusty. There are some easy tricks you can try right now that will have them thinking "Wow, this person is so interesting!" instead of "I wish I could get away." It's easy to get bored at parties, because people are often in small groups talking about topics that don't require much participation from others. It's hard for anyone to stay engaged for long when they're on the outside of an insular conversation. If you're not a part of the discussion, it's easy to feel like you're just there to be sociable, but you don't have anything substantial to contribute—which is a recipe for boredom. If you're like me, sometimes you feel like no matter what you do or how hard you try to focus, the conversation is always drifting away from you. You want to think of things to talk about, but you always end up stalling for time and waiting for your turn to come back around....Read More
Anonymous Contractor
Waiting for answerAdd commentSep 27, 2022
AlaskaBankruptcy
Chatting with someone can be a great way to learn more about them and their interests, but it can also be boring AF if you're not prepared. The best conversations are the ones where you're able to get a little bit personal, but are still having fun. Having a good time is the best way to make someone feel comfortable opening up to you and getting into a conversation that's truly engaging. When the other person feels like they can't relax or have fun, they're more likely to start feeling intimidated or nervous, which can lead to an uncomfortable situation for both of you. Some of my favorite people to chat with are friends who don't really have a lot in common with me—I love it when someone is passionate about a subject I know nothing about! The problem is that I'm often bored when someone is telling me about their niche interest, but instead of just admitting to being uninterested or letting the conversation die, I keep trying to make it interesting. If you're like me, here's how you can stop being bored while chatting. In order to stop feeling bored while chatting, you need to first admit that you're bored! Admitting that you're bored is a good way to keep an open mind and be honest with yourself. Sometimes, admitting boredom is exactly what it takes to start feeling interested again. Once you've admitted you're bored, try not to act too negative or disinterested so as not to ruin the conversation for everyone else. So how do you keep things interesting, even if you're talking about something serious? Here are some tips for making sure your chats stay fun: Ask questions that require more than just a "yes" or "no" answer—open-ended questions give the other person more opportunities to speak and share about themselves. If you'd like to steer the conversation toward an interesting topic, try asking what they enjoy doing in their free time. You can also ask them how they've been or what they think of a certain topic or recent event that's come up in conversation. Just make sure you keep things relevant and don't interrupt them while they're answering! What if you know how to keep a conversation going, but you just can't get past the awkwardness of the first few minutes? It's like you have all sorts of interesting things to say, but no one is ready to listen. Well, I have some tips and tricks for you! Here are 5 things that work really well at getting past the initial ice breakers: 1) Take it seriously—if you're bored and your friend isn't interested in hearing about it, they won't be glad when you drag them into a conversation with your problems. It's worth taking a few minutes to prepare yourself so that when someone gives you their undivided attention, you're not boring them. (Sometimes it might even make a better story.) 2) Share something personal—this is a tried-and-true method for making someone want to hear more from you. Trust me; put yourself out there and people will respond by giving of themselves as well. And if they do end up bored? Well, at least you gave it your all. 3) Ask open-ended questions—this is my favorite way to get people talking about themselves. Open-ended questions invite people to talk about their thoughts and feelings. Friendships require communication, but sometimes it can be a challenge to keep a conversation going. It's so easy to get distracted when you're trying to make small talk with someone—your mind wanders, you stare off into the distance and mentally recite all the things you need to do that day, or maybe you just don't know what else to say. But there are ways to avoid feeling like your social skills are getting rusty. There are some easy tricks you can try right now that will have them thinking "Wow, this person is so interesting!" instead of "I wish I could get away." It's easy to get bored at parties, because people are often in small groups talking about topics that don't require much participation from others. It's hard for anyone to stay engaged for long when they're on the outside of an insular conversation. If you're not a part of the discussion, it's easy to feel like you're just there to be sociable, but you don't have anything substantial to contribute—which is a recipe for boredom. If you're like me, sometimes you feel like no matter what you do or how hard you try to focus, the conversation is always drifting away from you. You want to think of things to talk about, but you always end up stalling for time and waiting for your turn to come back around....Read More
Anonymous Contractor
Waiting for answerAdd commentSep 27, 2022
ArizonaBankruptcy
Where on the Internet you can find detailed information about SEO promotion I just could not find that information myself, maybe someone knows where you can find it? ...Read More
Anonymous Contractor
Waiting for answerAdd commentSep 26, 2022
AlaskaBankruptcy
We hired a company to build our pool and we paid based on their pay schedule. We are almost done, just need wiring to the pump hooked up, plaster, and light fixtures etc in the pool but the pool company is now filing bankruptcy. We received notice from the company who was contracted by them to pour the concrete that a lien has been placed on our property as they never received payment from the pool company, whom we paid for the work at the time it was done. What are our options for getting the money back from the pool company that we will now have to pay the concrete company? Are we able to sue the pool company for that money as well as the rest of the money it will cost to have someone else come and finish the job? We have talked to several other customers of this company and it sounds like they front-loaded all of our money without completing the work as described in our contracts and now the company is filing bankruptcy and we’re completely lost. ...Read More
Anonymous Contractor
Waiting for answerAdd commentAug 6, 2022
CaliforniaBankruptcyConstruction ContractMechanics Lien
If a company filed bankruptcy am I still able to file a claim on the surety bond for a construction project?...Read More
Anonymous Contractor
2 answersAdd commentJul 26, 2022
TexasBankruptcyBond Claims
I received a notification of chapter 7 filed from our customer and a voluntary petition from the bankruptcy court. We sent timely lien notices and a timely lien claim against the bond. Do I also need to file a claim with the court? Thanks....Read More
Shirley Binks
Waiting for answerAdd commentJun 21, 2022
TexasBankruptcy
I'm a homeowner and the general contractor on our new construction home filed for bankruptcy. Subcontractors are now asking us (the homeowners) for payment and some have either filed a mechanic's lien or plan to file a Notice of Intent to Lien against our property. We are either going to sell the unfinished project or will need mortgage financing at completion of the house. In either case, we need clean title and all liens removed. What are our options here? If work was legitimately done, should we pay these subcontractors in order to remove and/or avoid the liens? Or will this somehow muddy the waters with the bankruptcy proceedings?...Read More
Anonymous Contractor
1 answerAdd commentJun 14, 2022
IllinoisBankruptcy
Filed the mechanics lien on the property 58days ago! The recorded lien I sent certified requiring a signature. Well owner did not go pickup the documents! After tried delivery 2times and a couple notices. So yes documents including the lien are being returned to me. So I took copies of all the documents and posted it at the property where it couldn't have been not noticed by the Realtor that had it listed couldn't miss it! Because the owner lives in another state. Then I noticed. That there was a contract on the purchase of the property! I received a call from the individual's that were trying to purchase the property. They wanted the documents, which were listed as Exhibit A. Exhibit B. I never reserved a call from the realtor, I did get a phone call that came up as my friend who had passed away January 1st, 2022. There was no voicemail left, then I spoke with the individual who was going to purchase the property. They found out about the lien that I had filed and recorded at the recorders office. So I called them and spoke with them and I spent the extra money to overnight it to them with a signature required! Then a day later they wanted to know if I had heard from the owner yet? I told them no I hadn't heard from her at all! No call, no text, no email. They were trying to get ahold of her?? I don't understand why they were not going through the Realtor that they put the purchase contract with?? Anyway the next day I called and talked to them and they had received the documents. Yes they had gotten them and signed the postal delivery document that was on its way back to me! Have not received the signed copy back yet! Well they proceeded to let me know that they were going to purchase a different home. Reason they said was that the owner was going to be a little hard to deal with, and also told me that owner told them that she might come up to Ohio and finish a couple small things mostly 2 rooms needed flooring! Which the owner said in the real estate listing that owner would not pay for the 2 rooms that were prepped by me just waiting on the her?? But stated in the listing that she was not going to put up the money for the flooring! The Realtor had suggested that she do that a month ago before he had listed it. She refused. Okay, so I don't know what she the owner is going to do. But anyway I noticed today that the property is no longer listed on the market, or with any realtor! And for that reason, that she will not sell it now and maybe rent it out? Or just sit on it for years?? Who knows?? So this the reason I would like to file Bankruptcy on the mechanics lien ,so I can get paid sooner the maybe 6years from now, or not at all! There is no mortgage or other lien,s or judgments against the property! So the only party that would need served notice of intent to foreclose, and then proceed with the bankruptcy filed on lien. So what should be my next move?? Thank you ...Read More
Anonymous General Contractor
Waiting for answerAdd commentJun 13, 2022
OhioBankruptcy
WE FINISHED THE JOB A FEW MONTHS AGO AS A SUBCONTRACTOR AND WE DIDN'T GET PAID SO WE FILED A NOTICE TO LIEN AND KEPT CALLING THE COMPANY AND NOE THAT COMPANY HAS FILED BANKRUPT. iS THERE ANYTHING WE CAN DO NOW?...Read More
TARKESSIO MORGAN
Waiting for answerAdd commentMay 19, 2022
North CarolinaBankruptcy
I hired a contractor to remodel the Kitchen and Master Bath of my house to start May 1, 2021. The name of the company is Birch Co. Brett Davis located in Oklahoma. I was recommended to them thru my neighbor. I did not do my due diligence and completely trusted them that they would be remodeling my "dreamhome". Thru out the project I was living in the housing and having to oversee the project. Too many mistakes were being made and me having to call the Company daily if not weekly complaining. The last draw was when the flooring was being put down, I called them that morning to let them know not to do anything in the Guest bathroom, I even put a note on the Bathroom door and on the worksheet. I came home that night to the only working toilet in the house in my bathtub. Because I refused to pay them the last Invoice they put a lien on my House. Now I don't have a Master Bath not do I have a Kitchen. I have interviewed several other contractors and they all say that it will take at least another $100,000 to put my house back together. ...Read More
Frances Elliott
1 answerAdd commentMar 28, 2022
OklahomaBankruptcyLawsuitLien DeadlinesLien on FundsLien ReleasesPayment Disputes
The situation: * We sold equipment we manufacture to a customer ("primary customer") who sold it to other parties ("secondary customers"). * We drop shipped the equipment directly to the secondary customers * Our primary customer filed bankruptcy * One shipment will be an Administrative claim. * Invoices remain unpaid * The secondary customers are located in New Mexico, Iowa, and Texas. * I would like to file liens on the secondary customers in these three states. I've done it before in Texas under the same circumstances and got paid. Can I do it in New Mexico and Iowa? *My primary customer resides in Texas. Your assistance is appreciated. ...Read More
David Raines
1 answerAdd commentJan 28, 2022
South CarolinaBankruptcy
Cook County, Illinois: We did a roof job for a homeowner and he is unable to pay now. He is currently in Ch. 13 bankruptcy. Can we still file a mechanics lien here? Thank you in advance! -Joe...Read More
Joseph James
2 answersAdd commentDec 21, 2021
IllinoisBankruptcyMechanics Lien
Hello, There was damage done to my home. A construction company had me sign a contract that allowed him to accept money directly from the Mortgage company. The company took 2 years to due the project and its still not done. In the middle of construction the Mortgage company issued a check with my name and the Contractor's name on it. The Contractor died. His company filed for Chapter 11. What are my rights to get that check endorsed by the Bankruptcy Trustee and given to me to finish my house? It is my understanding that if there is a Mechanic's lien against the property that the money is NOT part of the bankruptcy estate and that the Trustee can simply endorse the check on behalf of the Construction company. What if there is not a mechanic's lien on the property? Does the check become part of the chapter 11 filing, and my insurance money is just mixed in with all of the other Chapter 11 unsecured creditors? Can I at least be given Priority status as a creditor? This is taking place in NJ Bankruptcy Court under chapter 11 . Can I file against his bond company? I read that I might be able to give a 30 day notice to the Construction company to force them to file a mechanics lien, is that true? Any information would be very helpful. ...Read More
Jess smith
Waiting for answerAdd commentNov 26, 2021
New JerseyBankruptcyBond ClaimsConstruction ContractJoint ChecksMechanics Lien