If you want to be successful and reach your leadership potential, you need to embrace asking questions as a lifestyle. Make it a habit to ask questions, instead of giving answer. Be the dumbest person in the room, instead of the smartest person in the room.
“The ability to ask the right question is more than half the battle of finding the answer.” – Thomas J. Watson
Uncover from the Mind:
- Knowledge: what do you know? (knowledge, schooling)
- Skills: what can you do? (skills, know-how, street-smarts)
- Confidence: where have you been successful? (money, relationship, organization)
- Failures and fears: what have you failed at/feared?
- What are your three biggest problems/challenges?
Uncover from the Heart:
- Passion: What are your passions?
- Desire: What are your desires?
- Talents: What are you good at?
- Wisdom: What are your life’s top three lessons?
- Connections: Whom do you know?
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About the author: Hoan Do is a certified leadership coach. Hoan have led multiple teams at Symantec Inc. across the globe delivering world-class solutions to protect consumers and businesses. Hoan is an expert in building highly performing teams. He believes that the best leader is the leader that could grow his followers to be leaders. Hoan has been organizing mastermind groups to share with other leaders about transformational leadership and coaching. He has trained many leaders via mastermind groups, workshops, and one-on-one coaching.
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