Raise Your Hand
The hardest part of asking a question is not the articulation.
It is not even the challenge of being concise and to the point.
The hardest part of asking a question has nothing to do with the question itself.
The hardest part is raising your hand.
Raising your hand is about you.
It is about getting out of your head and gaining the clarity you need.
You could continue to wonder what people are talking about.
You can stew around whether your perspective is worth the air time.
You might even choose to wordsmith the next Shakespeare-calibre oration.
You are the one who is yearning for clarity.
You are the one who senses greater performance just around the corner, though you cannot quite articulate it, yet.
Raise your hand; then figure out the rest.
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