Questions are the heartbeat to any conversation. Are you asking good questions? Are you asking bad questions? Doesn’t matter.
I recently reflected on my experience studying Tai Chi. I asked a monk a very surface-level question and in return received one of the best responses I’ve heard. Watch as I relive my experience and take away a very important point: it’s okay to ask dumb questions.
That’s just it. Ask dumb questions. I only believe this because it ultimately makes you ask better questions.
Tyler Waye is the President of IN.FORM, a leadership development organization specializing in change management and onboarding. His business can be found at http://bit.ly/InformSeries