Questions and opinions

A few years ago, someone shared that they prefer replacing “Q&A” or “question & answer” sessions with “Q&O” or “questions and opinions.”

The explanation was simple – we probably don’t have the answers to the questions that are asked. But, we can at least aim for a more realistic outcome -> offering thoughtful opinions.

Since then, I’ve replaced “Q&A” with “Q&O” in every event I’ve organized.