Questions and Community

What is it that makes it so hard to ask a question, without questions there are no answers. I bet I looked at this screen and  clicked this and that and never figured out what to do the whole time thinking I can do this without help, wrong! So I swallowed my pride and asked the  community and what had confused me for hours was fixed in literally five minutes. If I added up all the time I have wasted being hard headed not asking questions I would be time rich but instead I’m time poor .Trying to get my business going has taught me one thing for sure if your on someone’s payroll it wasting their time doesn’t affect you near as much as it does when it’s your business. At the end of the week I still get my pay check, where as me not asking simple questions is costing me time and and inevitably money. My mind set has been hard wired to not be dependent on others and to figure out things on my own, male trait  I think. Instead of worrying about who knows more than me and why I need to embrace it and better myself with their knowledge . So ask questions use community ,mentorship”Dean Holland”, and any other  asset available to me to save time is my new route. Thank you for visiting my blog and have a wonderful day.

6 thoughts on “Questions and Community”

  1. Maybe it is something deep in the subconscious, because of the way they were brought up or the experience they have been through. People don’t want to appear to be weak, stupid, or “lose face”.

    And I think in general, men find it more difficult than women to ask for help.

  2. Learning how to become your own boss is also learning at asking questions! Sometimes, we have to put our pride aside and ask the answers that will make us to progress forward. Isn’t a proof of intelligence that wanting to solve our problems that stops us from making progress in order to move on? If someone as the solution than go get it! Don’t fear stupidity, nobody knows everything at once. With regards to making money online, nothing come with the word obvious tagged on it. If by asking the right questions you find the pathway to success, everyone will want to know how you did it. Nobody will feel stupid.
    Thanks for sharing this post. Have a good day.

  3. Jon, think a lot of people especially men try to just work it out themselves and not ask. What you have to remember is that you should learn from everyone else’s mistakes because you haven’t got enough time to make them all yourself.. The mindset should be different to not look at these as mistakes but as opportunities to learn. Until Next time. Thanks, Atif

  4. Jon,
    Well I can tell you that it isn’t just a male trait! I am the same way. I have always been fiercely independent, and would spend hours trying to figure things out myself, rather than ask for help! It is a hard habbit to break, believe me! So I can totally understand where you are coming from. But, I am learning to embrace the help that Dean and the community have to offer. It’s a learning curve for sure, but one that will pay off big time in the end! Here’s to much success!

  5. Jon,
    I can totally relate to you when it comes to hesitating to ask questions. I think many of us feel that it might be easier to figure things out on our own, especially when we’re a bit stubborn. But you know what? The real courage lies in finding the strength to ask for help. It’s in our nature to assist others, and deep down, we genuinely want to see everyone succeed. Thanks a bunch for sharing this – it’s motivating me to be more proactive in asking questions!

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