A writer shares why we should stop starting conversations with questions about what we do for a living and talk about other things instead. Then, we ask Central Time listeners to call in with their favorite outdoor activities as the weather starts to warm up in Wisconsin.
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Taking our jobs off the conversational table
“What do you do for a living” is a common conversation starter when we meet new people. A guest makes the case that we can have better conversations by focusing on different parts of our identities outside of our work lives.
- Rob Ferrett Host
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- Rachel Feintzeig Guest
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