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How do you answer a question what do you think about me?
Start with something basic. Whatever their role is, give them praise for that role. If you feel caught off-guard by the question, starting with something basic can also buy you some time to think about a more specific answer. For example, you could tell a friend, “You’re a really amazing friend to me.”
What does it mean when someone says you ask too many questions?
If you are being told you ask too many questions it’s possible you are either asking questions that make people uncomfortable (prying, or questioning people’s strongly held beliefs, being overly personal), or you are making a nuisance of yourself asking questions that you could easily find the answer to yourself ( …
What do you call a person who ask a lot of questions?
inquisitive. adjective. asking a lot of questions about things, especially things that people do not want to talk about.
How do you think of questions?
- Know what you want to know and choose carefully. Quite obvious, but insanely important nonetheless; why are you asking questions?
- Ask open questions — but not always.
- Be mindful of how much you are steering.
- Go with the flow.
- Less is more.
- Listen actively.
- Create safety.
- Have a deeper conversation — or not.
Why you should ask more questions?
You’ll learn something new, stimulate ideas, or be inspired. You’ll hear something that will make you laugh, make you think, or maybe change your life in some way (big or small). Questions lead to conversations, and conversations lead to important and lasting relationships.
Why do I like to ask questions?
1. They Can Empathize. At its core, leadership requires emotional intelligence and empathy- you have to understand others to lead them. People who love asking questions have a thirst to better relate to those around them.