Have the questions changed?

I’ve recently been in the market for a new phone, and I was looking at a few of the most popular phones. They all pretty much had brilliant advertisements about how many cameras, the amazing amount of storage, the highest number of pixels (not sure about that?) 4G, 5G, hah G, no G. Now these are all very cool things, but it made me think about how differently we used to view phones in the past.Shadi

Consumers would ask questions about a phone’s battery life, its durability, and what its keypad felt like. For the most part, these aren’t the first questions that arise when we talk about a new phone. It’s not that these features aren’t important, it’s just that our questions have changed. And that got me thinking about the questions that we ask our potential partners and the features that we look for in a companion. I wondered if my questions had changed.

When I was younger I liked guys that were loud, funny, very outgoing and in good shape (shocker right? I know). As I grew older, I started to care more about how kind, how polite, and how hard-working they were. I still cared for the previous properties but they definitely aren’t the first things on my list anymore.

I think that it’s very important to sit down and really think about what your questions are. Life causes us to grow and mature, what we found appealing or what worked for us before, may not be the same anymore. We need to update our questions and make sure that they are working for our current selves (and not for the version of you that is still stuck in your freshman year of college.) It will be difficult to find a person that is right for you if you don’t even know what you are looking for.Shaadi.com login

So go on! Grab a nice cup of tea on a Sunday afternoon and think about what’s important to you and what your questions are.

Shadi Team Member