That’s a big part of what I’ll be exploring in this blog. It’s entirely subjective, of course. A question could be considered “beautiful” for all kinds of reasons. But from my own perspective, I tend to be particularly fascinated by questions that begin to change the way we perceive or think about something—and that can serve as a catalyst that may eventually bring about change.
How can we crowdsource an entire city?
What if we made an oven that couldn’t cook?
How do homeless people spend their days?
What if a wheelchair could walk?
What business are we really in?
How can we ask anybody anything anytime?
What would the universe look like if I were riding on a lightbeam traveling at the speed of light?
Why do we need front lawns?
What are prisons for?
How do we ask without asking?
What would happen if teenagers believed they deeply mattered to the world around them?
Why do I have to wait for the picture?
How can we create resiliency in children such that they grow up to be (happy) contributors to society?
Why is the sky dark at night?
What if competitors worked together?
What if pizza was good for you?
How do we motivate someone to step out into their unique destiny?
Why can’t the classroom be a coffee shop?
How do we unlearn to relearn?
Do we write to turn chaos into a story with a beginning, middle and end?
Submit some of your catalytic beautiful questions by clicking on “Submit Your Beautiful Question Here” in the sidebar (which will send a direct message to me). I promise to feature some of them in the rotating box of beautiful questions on the home page of this blog, and eventually in my book. Thanks!