Two Rules that Make You Look Smart When You Ask Questions

Two Rules that Make You Look Smart When You Ask Questions

You’ve heard reporters ask, “Don’t you agree,” during interviews. That’s an idiotic question for a reporter to ask.

You talk too much when you ask questions that have assumed answers. Leading questions search for affirmation, not information.

Poorly worded questions are an offense to humanity because they disrespect the recipient.

Warren Berger)

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