The 6 Words That Begin “Open Ended” Questions. By Max Steingart

The 6 Words That Begin “Open Ended” Questions

When people ask: “Why are you asking me so many questions?”

“I’ve made some fabulous new friends here and found that the best way to learn about someone is to ask questions.
Then ask them another question: What did you do before getting into car sales?”

Developing a Successful Conversation

Practice the steps to make you successful.

Step:

1. Hello,

2. What do you do?

3. What does that entail?

4. How long have you been doing that?

5. What did you do before?

6. Continue to ask probing questions.

7. Welcome Aboard!

Welcome Aboard!

End Your Text With A Question.

You control a conversation by the questions you ask.

Try to end every message with a question.

The last thing people should read in your message is a question.

Respond to the answers to your questions in a conversational manner before asking the next question.

Then ask another question.

Sometimes the answers to your question contain the seeds to a better question than the next question on your script.

Asking question after question without making comments and reacting to their previous answers can turn a conversation with someone into what feels like an interrogation.

By asking questions you control a conversation as the other person is obliged to answer it.

After all, it’s impolite not to answer a question, isn’t it? By asking questions you control a conversation as the other person is obliged to answer it.

After all, it’s impolite not to answer a question, isn’t it?

By asking questions you control a conversation as the other person is obliged to answer it.

After all, it’s impolite not to answer a question, isn’t it?

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