Asking Profound Questions: Five Reasons

asking profound questionsHave you ever left a conversation thinking, “Boy, that was one-sided. The whole conversation was about him.” My wife calls that “a lack of conversational generosity”. We all hate it when others can’t stop talking about their own thoughts and ideas—but we’re blind to how often we do it ourselves. The coaching approach forces your conversations to become less about your thoughts, your input, and how you can steer the dialogue around to the answer you think will work. Asking profound questions gets you to start listening—really listening—to the other person. Continue reading “Asking Profound Questions: Five Reasons”