U-Netted Nations™

It's about time… to take INDIVIDUAL responsibility for our MUTUAL benefit..

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Any good consultant DOESN’T know the answer – yet.

  • Hopefully they know the questions to ask to get to the answer(s).

If every answer that has ever been given was correct – we wouldn’t still have questions.

Asking the right questions – in sequence – is powerful beyond measure.

  • The right questions can apply to ANY situation, and ALWAYS serve EVERYONE.

That bold assertion only works when the questions represent attributes that are universally present, in every situation.

  • Four questions can describe any situation and two more can identify the people involved directly in that situation – or in relation to that type issue.

When all those people objectively describe what they want and why, ‘unintended consensus’ can occur, routinely.

  • Objectivity requires sequenced questions in structured conversations, unlike most that typically occur online or off, in personal, business, or government situations.

To answer our questions:

– WE have to collectively Question prior Answers!

ASK4™ is designed to empower its participants to:

  • inquire
  • come to consensus
  • re-adjust as required
  • thrive, and survive – COOPERATIVELY.

What’s NEXT – with YOU? – care to comment?

- dare to COOPERATE?

Let us know what part you want …to enjoy – with us!!

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NOTE: While this website is my personal initiative, the ASK4™ approach is a participant-managed collaboration platform and the U-Netted Nations is the result of our ‘Collaboration On Purpose’. My voice becomes one in a million – immediately.

Written by gsbigger

May 24, 2008 at 5:48 am

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