Improve the Conversations that Matter
Stop Having the Same Boring Conversations
Many people struggle to consistently have meaningful conversations in our disconnected, fast-paced world.
One Meaningful Question changes that.
We help people strengthen the connections that matter by changing the way they approach conversations.
Ask better questions, provide powerful validation, and develop stronger connections TODAY with
Meaningful Conversations Resources
Whether you are a parent of multiple teenagers, a mentor to one, or teacher of hundreds, our Teen Resources will give you easier and more effective ways to communicate you care, build trust and rapport, and express your interest in their growth.
Whether you are looking to improve networking group, coworkers, or your employees, our Peers Resources will help you make a powerful first impression, turn surface level conversations into valuable interactions, and build stronger professional relationships.
Whether you are on your first date or passing your twenty year anniversary, our Partner Resources will improve the way to talk about challenging issues, turn blame into curiosity, and turn boring everyday conversations into memorable, fun, and surprising opportunities to strengthen your relationship.
The Origins of Our Approach
Three years ago, Brian Fretwell delivered a powerful Tedx talk on how “starting with a question” changed his view on leadership and helped him get through to a young man struggling with drug addiction in Juvenile Corrections.
Since that time, 2.5 million people have seen that video and thousands have asked how they can use this same approach to improve their relationships with teens, partners, and peers. Watch the video and see where our Onemeaningfulquestion began.
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- "I'm looking forward to learning how to ask better, deeper and stronger questions so that I can make sure everyone I interact with (my husband, my clients, my friends) feels that they are heard and that I truly understand them."
“It is more than asking the right question. It is more about being a good human”