ISA for All

Asking Questions

When you ask for help, some people may laugh at you. But if you succeed, some people may hate you. And if you fail, some people may mock you and still laugh at you. So ask for help anyway and never mind what other people may say or do. Just do what is right and work for the best outcome. Asking for help is not a weakness but courage and humility and an honest attempt to do better and be better.

Learning is not all about classroom lectures or attending seminars. Here is a tip. Sit down. Have lunch or dinner or at least have coffee with successful people. You will learn much and you will discover that the conversation is very different. And these successful people always ask a lot of questions. Learn to ask questions too.

“The man who asks a question is a fool for a minute, the man who does not ask is a fool for life.” ~Confucius

All we need is a little bit of everything and a whole lot of ISA.

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