Module 4 – How to Ask Questions
Do you have trouble or take a lot of time and effort to communicate and get the information you're interested in from the person you're talking to?
Do you often find yourself struggling to make your questions concise and understandable to the person you're communicating with?
If you found the above questions intriguing or well-made, learn how to ask similar, or completely new ones with this new awesome course - "How to Ask Questions" is a guide that will take you on a journey that will benefit your communication and problem solving skills substantially!
Asking questions, and communicating in general, can sometimes seem very complex and hard to master. However, once you get the ropes of it, it becomes incredibly easy and natural. This course aims to show you that, as well as the way to master the art of asking the right questions at the right time.
Did you know that Pierre-Marc-Gaston, duke of Lévis, once said "It is easier to judge the mind of a man by his questions rather than his answers."? And there is, in fact, a lot of truth in that quote. Just remember how many times you've silently (or openly) judged someone for asking "stupid" or "obvious" questions. Or how many times you found someone to be really irritating because he/she can't formulate the questions he/she asks well, so they sound confusing and take a lot of effort and time to even understand, let alone answer. In order to avoid this, you should learn what questions to ask, how to ask them, and when they are the most appropriate.
What Makes This Course Different from Others in the Same Category?
Most of the guides on similar topics you can find online or on paper are too slow and tend to go into too much detail, without taking a break and looking at the wider picture. Their structure is usually that of a medical or psychological textbook - easy to understand and intuitive to those that are already adept in the area, but not to the average reader that just wants to learn how to ask questions.
Therefore, this guide in particular differentiates itself from the other, similar ones, by following a very intuitive and chronological structure, going from the preparation before the conversation, then over the different aspects of the conversation itself, finally concluding with what to expect once you've asked the questions you wanted.
Here's What You'll Learn:
- How to plan out your conversation in advance and prepare for it.
- How to logically formulate your questions so that they make sense and are relevant with the flow of the conversation.
- How to understand the emotions that your questions might evoke in the person you're talking to.
- How to ask the questions themselves so that it sounds good and attractive.
- How to prepare for the ensuing discussion that is inevitable if the questions were well-asked.
With all this knowledge, you'll be shooting the right questions at the right time over and over again, and reap multiple benefits - not only will you get to the information you wanted, but you'll also appear as an eloquent, intelligent person, with high social skills.