1. What do you think you are most like? A maven, salesman, or connector? Or none of them? Why?
2. Can you think of an example of Tipping Point in the past, not discussed in the book?
3. Can you think of an example of Tipping Point in the present, not discussed in the book? Maybe one that you could have been affected by?
4. Can you think of an example of broken glass theory that you have experienced in your life?
5. Can you think of an example of a fad that has exploded recently and seemed to come out of nowhere?
6. Do you think that every can be either a maven, connector, or salesman? Or only a selected skillful few can be? Why?
7. Do you think that someone has to be intelligent to change society? Why?
8. Do you think you have been influenced throughout your childhood by children shows? Like Sesame Street or Blues Clues? If so how?
9. Where do you place yourself on a social pyramid of society? Why?
10. How could someone use the Tipping Point to improve worker/employee production?
11. Do you think that the idea of Tipping Point can be used to the advantage of only the powerful and elite or the lower class people as well? Why?
12. Do you agree with Gladwell’s viewpoint about the Micronesia Islands suicide or think that suicide is just a cause of an unstable society? Why?
13. Do you believe that even our army is limited by a certain amount of people in a group show that even humans are limited regardless of technology? Why?
14. Is real life application or collecting survey data more relevant regarding social issues? Why?
15. Every maven, collector, and salesman has a sense of charisma or something about them that makes people listen or follow. Name a person today or in the past that was like this and what about he/she was so convincing?