Ask makes the case for eliciting information, rather than conveying it. For asking questions, rather than making statements. For being the most interested person, rather than the most interesting.
I never had a plan when meeting new people. I always thought that “whatever happens, happens.” Now I do.
The journey may play a more important role in our level of happiness than the destination. I hope this is true, because we often spend so much time on the journey.
Sincerity is one of the most critical traits necessary to forming meaningful relationships. I discuss it extensively in Ask.
I’m writing Ask to make a positive impact on readers. A collateral benefit is that the research has been so eye-opening it’s heightened my personal awareness of how I can “be better.”
My goal is to have ASK in print and ready for sale by the end of the first quarter of 2020. It’s an ambitious time schedule, but I think it’s realistic.