Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.
You should never feel bad about asking questions. Don’t feel like you’re being stupid or annoying, and keep asking until you understand. It’s always better to ask questions and do things right, than it is to do it wrong and have to do it over again.
Questions are an important part of conversation. The best way improve yourself and gain knowledge is to always ask questions. A thirst for knowledge and a desire to gather information are very important in your quest for success.
You can also learn more about your loved ones, and make new friends through the use of questions. Asking others about how they feel and what their interests are is not only polite, but very useful in life. It will help you understand what makes people tick, and may even make you find out more about yourself.
People who talk all the time without asking questions are destining themselves to a life without learning. If you aren’t open to expanding your mind, you will not be able to get very far in life. So ask questions, all the time, and keep your mind open to new information.
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