Ask More Beautiful Questions


One of my lifelong goals is to stay curious, ask more questions and to learn how to ask more beautiful questions.

Whether you are an artist, parent, pastor, creative team leader, or simply a good friend to someone else, learning how to ask more beautiful questions can lead to breakthrough ideas in your own life and the lives of those around you. What can asking a more beautiful question lead to?

Learning to ask deeper, more beautiful questions can lead us down the path toward cultivating a more beautiful life. Asking beautiful questions can take you to new levels of creativity, collaboration, and innovation.

Since I am a lover of learning, new ideas and better collaboration among teams, I’d like to recommend Warren Berger’s latest book, A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas.

If you’re looking for creative ways to solve perplexing problems that lead to new innovations, Berger’s book will help you to start thinking out of the proverbial box.

Wait a minute, what if there is no box? Do I blame myself or others for ‘not thinking out of the box’ when it might be better to take responsibility for asking better questions? Maybe I need to take my creativity more seriously? (Sorry, I digress.)

I hope Berger’s new book inspires you to seek more beautiful questions.

Question: Name a time in your life when someone asked you a beautiful question that led to a catalytic breakthrough in your life.

I’d love your thoughts and comments!

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