You can use questions to do a lot of great things.
Start a conversation with a stranger. Get to know someone better. Measure the depth of their understanding of a subject or simply gauge their creativity and general knowledge. You can also use questions to learn new things or get a better understanding of how things really work.
By asking a simple question I can silently command your brain to answer them. You may not want the answers, nor would you actively try but your mind wants to answer them. Just because they are framed to you as questions and they can easily be processed
I was recently asked to share thoughts on this question posed by my friend Pratik Kundu, who tracks the Energy Space for Traxn.
This project is by far the most steep learning curve I’ve ever been on. Over the last 9 months I’ve submerged myself into understanding our world and it’s elements at a sub-atomic level. Still in-stealth, my new startup, ION Energy will build a core layer of infrastructure to enable electric mobility and clean energy adoption in Asia with a focus on India.
A recent realization of how close humans are to a fundamental shift in human expectations from technology. An exponential leap is closer than we think.
Recently I was asked for "few tips/advice for fund-raising" by a fellow friend whom I had met through a mutual advisor. He is a single founder who has raised $250k but burning through it quickly and needs to close another round of financing.
Here is my answer.