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Build On The Information

Random questions should be avoided, and a hierarchy should be built that follows general questions with specific ones while asking only one thing at a time.

It helps to use the new information that you get from an answer to frame your next question, creating a natural flow.

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Asking good, effective questions is a powerful but little known tool to get the most helpful information, facilitate learning and improve interpersonal bonding.

We often interrupt an ongoing conversation and say what comes in our mind, and have to be mindful of that.

If you are distracted during a conversation or are asking ‘filler’ questions, the other person will lose interest.

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