Tristan Bliss

CEO at Croelux

The difference between a “good ASK” and a “bad ASK” is the level of confidence and urgency that you convey in your request. A “good ASK” is one that shows that you have a clear vision, a strong value proposition, and a realistic plan for achieving your goal. A “bad ASK” is one that shows that you are desperate, needy, or clueless about what you want or how to get it. A “good ASK” has the following characteristics: It is specific and measurable. You know exactly what you want, why you want it, and how you will measure your success. It is relevant and aligned. You have done your research and you know that your request is appropriate for the person, situation, and timing. ...