Interview questions

interview-canstockphoto35246723-web-300x300A fabulous no-cost, all-love gift: interview someone’s child or elderly parents

Check out the blog post I wrote about this amazing gift.

Below are some possible questions you can ask. If you have other great questions that you love, email me so I can share them with others!

Questions to ask someone’s child:

  • Your name and age?
  • What do you love best about your mom/dad?
  • What are some of your favorite things you do with your mom/dad?
  • Do you ever go on trips or vacations with your family? What do you like best about these trips?
  • What are some of your hobbies?
  • What makes you happy?
  • What do you think makes your mom/dad happy?
  • What makes your mom/dad different than any other mom/dad that you know?
  • What do you feel the most proud of about yourself?
  • If I asked your mom/dad why she/he is proud of you what do you think they’d say?
  • Are there any words of wisdom or favorite sayings that your mom/dad tells you?
  • Is there anything else you’d like to share with me about your mom/dad?
    • Questions to ask someone’s parent:

      • Your name and age?
      • What do you love best about your daughter/son?
      • What are some of your favorite memories of times you’ve spent with your daughter/son?
      • Do you remember any special stories from when she/he was a child?
      • How about your own childhood? What are some of your favorite stories as a child?
      • Where were you born?
      • Can you tell me about your own family?
      • Can you tell me the three things in your life that you feel the most proud about?
      • What do you think are the things that your daughter/son feels the most proud about?
      • If you could tell the world one thing that feels like the biggest piece of wisdom you’ve learned in your life, what would it be?