We often can get caught up in seeking the right answers that we lose sight of the value of questions.
The person who isn’t asking any questions may not be ignorant at all. In fact, they may be the wisest person at the table.
The curious, the questioners, and those who embrace beginner’s mind get a holiday that embraces all of their questions.
A question that cuts through the noise and can be used in any context, from life purpose to walking into a room.
When things feel intense, pausing to ask this question can help you make better choices.
Stephen Covey said “Seek first to understand, then to be understood.” How do we do this? By asking an effective question that opens the door to understanding others.
Questions lead to change, and times of change are ripe opportunities for questioning.