Communication is a very powerful tool and the ability to communicate effectively is crucial in almost all areas of life. So, what is the big deal with questioning an important communication skill? It is really pretty simple. The more you question something the more likely you are to find out something you didn’t know before. I guess we can call that practicing your communication skills.
Questioning is a very important communication skill for many reasons. First off, if you don’t question an important communication skill you can become very frustrated and irritated. Second, questioning will help you get better at the subject and understand it better. Third, questioning is a great way to improve your listening skills, which is very important to your success as well as others.
Here’s the best example of using questioning to improve your communication skill. In the example, if you were talking about dogs and you kept repeating to yourself, “That’s so…”, you would need to stop yourself and ask yourself “What am I getting wrong here?” or “is, what am I trying to say?” If you keep asking questions to yourself like this, over again, you’ll start to understand what you are trying to say and why you are saying it. Then, when you have a conversation with someone, instead of thinking to yourself, “omg this was stupid, what did I just say?”