It’s that simple. People love when you ask them questions. It’s human nature. And the better questions you ask, the better people will like you.
At a gathering last night after church, a new friend Tiphany recounted that a school teacher had required her class to ask THREE questions of every new encounter. The questions were a part of the examination and grading process. She explained this simple process has changed and enriched her life forever.
Would three worthy questions contain elements of who, what, where, when?
Or would a better questioning phrase contain why?
Or as a therapist would ask, “How does that make you feel?”
What is a question you think would be worthy asking of any encounter or situation?
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