Ask Bigger and Better Questions

ask better questions

Asking the right questions is incredibly important.

When you first meet with a new prospect, asking the right questions can help you better understand them.  (Here are a list of 20 great questions).  Asking great questions can help you be a better listener.  When you take the time to ask great questions of others, good things can happen.

But it’s important to ask yourself the right questions too.

When you ask yourself a question, you are giving your subconscious mind a puzzle to start working on.  In the background of your conscious thoughts, your subconscious brain will keep spinning to think through every potential solution until it reveals itself.  That’s why most of us have had an epiphany about solution when we are not thinking about the problem at all.  The solution just appears when we are mowing the lawn, or taking a shower, or going for a run.  This happens each time we ask ourselves a question.

Thats why it’s important to ask yourself bigger and better questions.

Don’t simply ask, “how can I have enough?”  Instead ask “How can I impact my community?”

If you want to have a more vibrant and interesting life, ask bigger and more interesting questions.

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Written by: Kirby Hasseman

Kirby Hasseman is the CEO of Hasseman Marketing & Communications. Kirby hosts a weekly Web show called Delivering Marketing Joy where he interviews business leaders from around the country. Kirby has published four books. His most recent is “Fan of Happy.” His book, called "Delivering Marketing Joy" is about doing “promo right” and is perfect for people in the industry and customers. He also wrote “Think Big For Small Business” and “Give Your Way to Success. All are available on Amazon.