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Aug 2, 2016

Russell Pearson, communication, clarity, listening, knowledge, benefits, leadership

 

Episode 046: Ask Stupid Questions - Russell Pearson

URL:  http://www.julieannsullivan.com/ask-stupid-quest…-russell-pearson/ ‎

 

On this episode of Mere Mortals Unite, we interview Russell Pearson and explore the importance of asking questions, even when the answer may seem obvious. Russell Pearson, The Brand Design Guy, is a Brand Strategist and the founder of the Crimson Fox Creative Studios. He works with business owners and managers globally to design effective brand outcomes..Sometimes people call those stupid questions. Russell advises using this tactic for clarification and to find a deeper understanding of what is at hand. In some circumstances it can save you a lot of money as is demonstrated in a personal business dealing that nearly went awry for him. A huge benefit of getting the clarification you need is being able to get things done right the first time. Russell also shares ways to ask questions so that the person being asked does not feel belittled or take offense.  

 

You’ll discover:

 

  • There are no stupid questions
  • To stop accepting what’s being said at face value
  • If you don’t understand, you don’t have to agree
  • If you agree and don’t understand there are consequences
  • How to ask for clarification without making people uncomfortable
  • The importance of actively listening

 

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