Every great talk starts with a good question.

This holiday season, you’re going to be sitting down to tables with people you know and people you don’t know. And chances are, you’re going to ask each other the same old questions—and up in conversations that are at best, boring, and worst, unbearable.

What if you shook things up a bit?

Questions are powerful tools for helping people get at their big ideas and their inner genius (as a brand advisor and creative consultant, I rely on them heavily!). And what works for a TED-worthy talk can also make your family conversation not just more tolerable, but far more interesting.

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Terri Trespicio is an award-winning writer, speaker, and brand advisor. Her TEDx talk, “Stop Searching for Your Passion,” has earned more than 4 million views to date—and she’s helped many others create and deliver their TED-worthy talks. A former magazine editor and radio host at Martha Stewart, she has appeared on the Today show, Dr. Oz, The Early Show, The Martha Stewart Show and The Anderson Cooper Show. Her work has been featured Oprah magazine, Marie Claire, Prevention, Business Insider, Forbes.com, and Inc.com. She teaches people how to deliver their messages on screen and on stage, through her consulting work and her courses, Lights Camera Expert, and Tapped to Speak, as well as her live event, Tapped to Speak LIVE. Terri’s also a stand-up comic and performs all over  New York City.