HMS 001: The Power Of Asking The Right Questions

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I haven’t touch podcasting much during 2010 and I decided to go into it again. This will be one of my marketing for HMS and I want it to be a regular thing.

Podcasting can expose HMS to new readers and it can provide another form of content for the readers (or listeners).

It has been awhile since my last podcast and I am still getting use to speaking behind the microphone. I sound nervous in the podcast and I made some mistakes here and there. So please forgive me and enjoy the podcast. 🙂

In this episode, I cover:

  • The need for you to ask questions
  • What quality of questions you need to ask yourself
  • How to ask yourself positive questions

You can download the podcast as mp3 – Right click on the link and select save as.

This is something that I had picked up from Tony Robbins and I think it is something that can help us to increase the quality of our life. If you enjoy the podcast, you can subscribe it through this RSS feed. I had submitted my podcast to iTunes and I am just awaiting for the approval. I will share with you the link to my podcast on iTunes once it is approved by them.

I also have some questions for you. I would like to know how frequent you would like to get my podcast? Weekly? Bi-weekly?

That would be all and I will talk to you soon in the next article coming soon.

Cheers,
Vincent


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3 Responses to “HMS 001: The Power Of Asking The Right Questions”

  1. Evan Schulte says:

    It can be hard to know the right questions to ask. Thanks for the insight.