How are you doing?
How did they win? How did they lose? How did this happen?
How is another question that helps you analyze, research, determine your course of action, and seeing what needs to take place in order to get things done. We hear this question often when it comes topics related to how a sports team wins or loses a game, how a candidate is able to win an election, or how do things turn for the better or for the worst.
How can also help you focus on how you are ultimately going to get things done. For example, if you are going to attend a concert, you find out how you are make it happen, ranging from how much you need to save or spend, how you are going to travel, and what arrangements you need to make in order to make it happen. It can help you (as with other questions) direct you into what you need to learn, plan, and apply in order to accomplish a goal or a task.
It also can help you determine the overall means and measures you need to instill, ranging from best practices to a blend of innovative or traditional means in order to reach your audience, let alone the logistical items or infrastructure needed in order to accomplish and exceed your goal. Ranging from how you prepare for the exam or test, how you prepare your proposal, how you are going to action-plan and set your timelines and contingencies, how you get there, how you get it done are central and essential to your individual and collective success.
How are we going to do what we do? The best way we know how, and keep learning additional means in order to our jobs better so we're able to do a better job by YOU in order to make it happen. This is what we do and this is what we'll continue to do.