“When you ask better questions, you get better answers. This may seem like common sense, but common sense is rarely common practice. When we get clear on our purpose, we give ourselves the freedom to be more intentional, and consequently we are able to show up for the situations that need us.” ~ Brendon Burchard
Too many times we ask questions off the top of our head hoping that will lead to getting the answers we are looking for. If it does not we get frustrated and so does the person we are questioning.
This is especially true at work. When we ask the right question it will lead to getting a better answer. The trick is taking the time to develop the right question to ask that will prompt the person to give you the right information you are seeking.
For example, if you want to know where something is…
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