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BYS 09/16/23 🟨 Judgy Questions
Questions are the sparks that ignite meaningful conversations.
Choose your questions wisely, they shape your progress and create meaningful connection.
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Judge a person by their questions
Judging a person by their questions gives you unique insight into their character and curiosity.
The questions a person asks unveil the depths of their interests and the way they perceive the world around them. A person who asks thoughtful, probing questions demonstrates a thirst for knowledge and a willingness to engage deeply with others. They seek to understand rather than judge, and their inquiries often lead to rich and meaningful conversations that leave a lasting impression.
Someone who asks shallow or self-centered questions may reveal a lack of genuine interest in others. They might prioritize their own agenda or be more focused on appearances than substance. By paying attention to the questions people ask, you can discern their priorities and values, allowing you to connect more authentically and meaningfully with those whose curiosity aligns with your own.
Do you have a list of your best questions?
Collect the best question you hear into a Google Doc or or Notion file. Find a a way to adapt the best questions into your own conversations.
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