Asking Questions Gives You Insight
“Asking questions will get you the performance you
are after far better than dictating demands.”
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Asking question gives your insight
Asking questions give you insight to the person that you’re speaking with . . . . and makes the person feel important.
Asking questions is a sign of respect . . . . and it shows a sincere interest in the person that we are speaking with.
As a result of the communications . . . . and by the other person responding to your questions . . . . you form a relationship with the person and start the process of building rapport.
Rapport opens the door for continuous exchange of information . . . . and free form of communications.
When you make demands of people often this can shut off open and honest communication with the other person. They may feel threatened . . . . angry . . . . or both. From that point forward the communications . . . . relationships . . . . and negotiations will breakdown.
Making demands can also jeopardize a relationship . . . . and close the door on future opportunities.
As you continue to ask questions you gather information. When that information is properly utilized you will be seen as a problem solver.
As a problem solver . . . . you help the other person . . . . and you gain momentum that continuously moves you in the direction of your goals . . . . and objectives.
Asking questions gives your insight . . . . builds rapport . . . . and increases your level of performance . . . . and places you in a win – win situation.
©2015 Lou Ludwig Motivational Power Quotes, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author