How Asking for Help Actually Helps You

How Asking for Help Actually Helps You

Successful people ask for help. You might think it makes you look weak or not smart enough, but the most successful people rely on others to do their jobs better. And many people seem hardwired not to ask for help.

This Fortune Article by Camille Preston outlines 8 guidelines for seeking assistance. Scan these 8 ideas and pick two to implement immediately. Jim Collins says, whenever you face an opportunity or challenge, your first question should always be a “who” question (not why!) — “who knows more than me and my team that can help?”


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