Whether it's world peace or an economic plan, always ask the right questions first

"Firstly," he said, "Please tell me your name."

"My name is Selina Kunac," I said proudly.

He looked at me nervously, before asking if I could write it on the survey form.


"No problem," I responded, smiling. "It's a tricky one!"

He nodded, passing me his pen and clipboard. I scribbled my name and passed it back.

He read the next question, asking me to confirm my nationality.

"New Zealand!" I replied, also proudly.

I watched him write NZ on the form.

"Now," he said, "What