If you’re familiar with the AMA (Ask Me Anything) concept which pretty much started on Reddit, you know that they’re one-off events. Moreover, AMA’s are generally scheduled a few weeks in advance, and they last several hours.
In addition, they’re heavily promoted, and if they’re put on by a celebrity, thousands of questions come in.
For example, the largest-ever ever AMA was the one the President of the United States did on Reddit in 2012. The AMA attracted almost 3 million page views that day, with many more millions of page views following for the days after the AMA took place. The AMA I’m doing is expected to have similar results. Kidding. However…
The AMA I’m doing is going to be continuous.
In other words, you can Ask Me Anything About Franchising, 24/7!
You can ask me questions about franchises today, tomorrow, or next month.
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In addition, you can bookmark the page you’re reading right now (hint hint) and check back once in awhile to see other questions that have been posed to me. Who knows? Maybe someone asked the question you were thinking of asking.
“The key to wisdom is this – constant and frequent questioning, for by doubting we are led to question, by questioning we arrive at the truth.”
– Peter Abelard
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“The best scientists and explorers have the attributes of kids! They ask questions and have a sense of wonder. They have curiosity. ‘Who, what, where, why, when and how!’ They never stop asking questions, and I never stop asking questions, just like a five year old.”
– Sylvia Earle