Added bonus: When it comes to speed-dating, they are also more likely to score a second date."We identify a robust and consistent relationship between question-asking and liking," the co-authors write.We are excited to announce Entrepreneurship Essentials, a four-week online course that walks you through the entrepreneurial journey, from finding an idea, to gaining traction in the marketplace, to raising capital.Learn more Learning with HBX is active, featuring a wide range of interactive learning tools. You will engage with a different activity approximately every 3-5 minutes—all purposely designed to help you learn more.You'll be perceived as more likable and understanding.And that'll make you more likely to get hired and promoted.“Harvard’s dating scene is almost nonexistent, so I was sad about it and that’s why I decided to join [Date My School],” she explains.
The findings, published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, show that those who asked more questions during a conversation, specifically follow-up questions, were perceived as more likable, both online and in person.
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“Here at Harvard I have had no experience offline dating,” says Linda Trujano ’15.
Despite the wind and chill of a brutal winter day, Trujano radiates an easygoing warmth, with her wavy, highlighted hair perfectly coiffed, cheeks bright pink from the cold.