Start with: What motivates you and what do you want to do next? Then ask these: What have you started? How would you describe yourself in your own words? How would a colleague describe you in three adjectives? What current trends are you seeing in your profession? What new things have you tried recently? The last two questions will indicate that he is determined to learn something new.
Ask yourself these questions: “What if the other person had a point? What if I wasn’t being honest with myself? What if I wasn’t taking responsibility for something?” This will provide a new lens through which you'll see the situation . You might realize that there are things you could take responsibility for, that you were probably ignoring based on your initial triggered response.
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Ask yourself what you must accomplish in your first three months, what you want to accomplish in the future, and how you plan to continually improve your efficiency . These are just a few questions to set you off in the right direction.
To have a better chance of making complex information memorable , ask yourself these 2 questions: If my audience will only remember one thing about my explanation, what is that "one thing?" And, why should my audience care about this "one thing?"
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