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Harnessing the power of inquiry to make better choices
In today's rapidly changing world, we must constantly learn, experiment, and adapt. That takes intellectual humility, and these four questions can help develop that.
Why are we so inclined to advise others on what they should do? Rather than handing people what we may think is “the answer,” here’s a much better alternative.
What if you spent as much time discussing your latter days' quality of life as you do your estate planning?
The beautiful question that must be asked upon beginning work on an idea is: How might I live with the discrepancy between what I’m imagining and reality?
Why is asking questions at work important? Quite simply, it enables you to be better at your job.
Something holding you back? Questions can help you identify and verbalize what you're REALLY afraid of.
If we're looking for solutions to the growing problem of polarization, we might start by asking each other more questions.
Becoming a better questioner can help in all areas of life and work. But to do so, we must release the 4-year-old “master questioner” inside all of us.
Warren Berger is a longtime journalist and author of The Book of Beautiful Questions.