There’s something almost magical about asking honest questions without apology.
Asking honestly draws stories out of a person’s life in a way nothing else does.
The very important counterpart of asking the right question is having the grace to then be quiet and listen to the answer.
If we could eliminate questions from our speech for a week or even for a day we would begin to better understand the power of the question.
The German Jewish inventor Charles Steinmetz said, “No man really becomes a fool until he stops asking questions.”
How has asking the right questions added value to your life? Please comment below.