by Jeff Boss October 5, 2017
Itâ€™s humbling to ask questions. After all, the moment that you ask a question is the moment you reveal what you donâ€™t know. To some, asking questions is a death-blow to their ego, while to others, itâ€™s a stepping stone to clarity. In fact, during research for their bookÂ The Innovatorâ€™s DNA, the authors discovered that the strongest leaders (and the people destined for the C-suite) asked questions because they were humble enough to acknowledge they didnâ€™t know everything and confident enough to admit it.
The fact is, the most influential leaders realize that their questions are more powerful than their answers because questions shed light on two important things:
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