A fool can ask more questions in an hour than a wise man can answer in seven years - Group discussion.
While there are some who think twice before they ask or tie to connect the dots before asking, some people only indulge in asking questions without thinking or coming up with an answer or a solution. In essence, we must remember that quantity doesn’t matter. What matters is, quality.
-Some people only ask questions. This blocks their capacity to devise a solution.
-Asking too many questions often gives a negative impression to the receiver.
-Asking more questions often probes people to think you are in doubt.
-While asking questions may intrigue an interest level however, you may lose track and start questioning out of context.
-On losing track, we land up asking the obvious or embarrassing questions that only leads to an awkward situation.
-On the other hand, some people think asking questions means you understand.
-Questions invoke a thought process. It may help you achieve your goals.
-There is no point in answering because you are questioned if doesn’t help you achieve your goals.
-Often while asking questions and getting answers, you start to bring in ideas on the table that improves the quality of the context.
-A question usually reflects an act that is a suggestion or a warning that helps to be alert and gives a “heads up”.
It is not always about how many questions you ask or how many you can answer. It is about the quality of questions asked and the worth the answers hold. Just because some people question too much doesn’t mean they are fools. What we must remember is to realize the importance and context in which the questions are being raised.
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