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How do you respond to why?
The best answer to 'why' is 'why not'. People think so much about - 'why should I do…/ why it's happening…/ why it's like the way it is…'- that they never get time to look beyond them.
What is a why question?
"Why" is the question that really exposes purpose (the reason why something exists or is done). How many times do you set off to do something, and if you aren't stopped and asked, "Why are you doing this?" you don't really know the answer.
How do you answer a question correctly?
When responding: • Be yourself • Remain non-defensive. Do this by thinking and breathing before you respond. Maintain respect for the questioner; consider every question important. Answer the question briefly and directly to show your confidence.
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What should I reply with why not?
If this isn't what you intend to say, then I probably wouldn't use Why Not. Personally, I would probably say something like "Yes, here you go" if I was trying to be formal and something like "Sure, no problem" or "Sure, no prob" if it was a more casual situation.
Is why a good question?
The best way to get context in any situation is to ask “why” a lot. Asking why eliminates confusion caused by pre-conceived assumptions, which are fueled by lack of knowledge, or more dangerously, partial knowledge. To err is human after all, so asking “why” defines a clear path and brings everyone on the same page.
How do you use Why?
How do you ask why questions?
How do you answer smartly?
How do you start off answering a question?
How can I be vague?
How do you respond to nothing much WBU?
You do not need to respond to this. Or in jest, you can say: To me, it's much. Nothing to you, very much to me.