“A high-velocity question asks one thing but accomplishes multiple things.”
Whether you host a podcast or want to have more interesting conversations, this will come in handy.
Joe Ferraro shares how to ask high-velocity questions that prompt more interesting and valuable answers from people. He points out high velocity questions typically are unexpected, relate to the person’s expertise, and leave an impression on them.
Btw, I found this article in the Brain Pint newsletter.
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