Boredom leads us to become more preoccupied with our surroundings instead of the person in front of us. If someone is bored, they are less likely to make eye contact with you and more likely to fiddle with items like glasses and phones. Subtle gestures can be faster and harder to catch and some people are better at faking interest than others. So it pays to look for the more subtle gestures too. If someone is looking disinterested, there are strategies that you can employ to regain their attention and get the conversation flowing, such as elbow touching.
Most people struggle with questions such as ‘how to you define success?’; ‘who do you want to become?’; or ‘what do you want to experience?’.