We have conversations every day but are never taught how to do them well. But those who have a mastery of asking questions have a huge leg up professionally and personally. Joe Ferraro joins Stewart Hillhouse to share the anatomy of what makes for a damn good conversation.
Who's The Guest?
👤 Name: Joe Ferraro
🧠 Best Advice: Ask high velocity questions. They work for two reasons:
- They've got speed behind them
- They're going in a specific direction
When you ask more high velocity questions, your conversations will lead to more interesting places, faster.
Get One New Marketing Idea Each Week
If you found this useful, consider joining Top Of Mind Weekly – a short email I send on Thursdays. You'll get one new marketing idea each week, plus a breakdown of how to make it work for you.