July 13, 2022

The Power Of Asking Questions

The Power Of Asking Questions

There is a stigma surrounding asking questions because of fear, embarrassment, or even appearing to be impolite. Today we unpack why asking questions is powerful and can build stronger bonds between people. Tuning in you’ll hear our beliefs when it...


There is a stigma surrounding asking questions because of fear, embarrassment, or even appearing to be impolite. Today we unpack why asking questions is powerful and can build stronger bonds between people. Tuning in you’ll hear our beliefs when it comes to giving advice, why decisions are subjective, and why you don’t need to have the answers to peoples’ problems as sometimes just asking them questions can help them solve them on their own. We also discuss why empathy and compassion is imperative as well as why you should let go of judgment towards other people because we all have our own struggles. Next, we discuss why question-asking can be magical and is even a love language in itself. Lastly, we explore why curiosity through asking questions is a very attractive quality and makes you fun to be around. Join us on Inner Archeology to learn about the power of asking questions!

 

Key Points From This Episode:

  • Emily’s belief in giving advice to people: that we all know what’s best for ourselves.
  • Why decisions are subjective and sometimes people need to experience mistakes to learn.
  • Why you don’t need to have the answers to peoples’
  • Why asking questions helps people make decisions - they find the solution on their own.
  • The importance of letting go of judgment for other people and cultivating empathy.
  • Acknowledging that we all have different struggles.
  • The importance of asking exactly what people need.
  • The magic of asking questions: tapping into parts of your opinions and beliefs.
  • The culture of storytelling.
  • How questions can help you make sense of confusion.
  • How asking questions can be a love language in itself.
  • Why curiosity is an attractive quality.
  • Asking questions to support someone vs. asking questions for personal gain or interrogation.

 

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Inner Archeology Email

Sarah Turner on Instagram

Emily Pennystone on Instagram