🧠Did you know that ‘answers, are at the mercy of questions?’
💡Answers serve questions. Better stated; asking the right questions, will fish out the right answers.
🤔 I actually think the hallmark of curiosity is the habit of asking questions. Not just asking questions, but asking the right questions.
🤗There is something about the “Why” question:
🍦 sets priority.
🍦determines timing (When).
🍦helps in the making of prudent decisions.
🍦influences “What” and “How” decisions.
🍦affects which resources to use.
🤔”Why” is my company’s product or service not gaining the desired interest from consumers or customers?
💸 Either they don’t have the money, or
⏰ they don’t have the time to listen to your pitch and understand your product or service, or
they don’t want your product or service at all.
☕ In my opinion, if customers lack the money to buy what we’re selling, at the price we need to sell, then we don’t have a market.
☕ Also, if an audience doesn’t have the time to listen to and understand our pitch, then our business, product, or service will be treated as invisible.
☕ Process this with me…
Let’s say an audience takes the time to hear our pitch, but decides they don’t want our product or service, we won’t go far as a business.
👆🏾Do you agree?
🦋”Curiosity is the engine of achievement.”
🐞Share your thoughts and experience about asking the “why” question for company or business growth.