Want to be a better critical thinker? Questions can be a powerful way to spot false narratives and “weaponized lies.” Read more about it in this article I wrote for The Atlantic’s Quartz.com.
What if we used questioning more in our personal lives?
The following eight questions—shared by a noteworthy lineup of entrepreneurs, innovators, consultants, and creative thinkers—can help you figure out where your heart lies and what you really ought to be doing.
I don’t know if they qualify as “beautiful questions” but there’s something oddly fascinating about the imaginative questions that band leader Reggie Watts asks the guests of James Corden’s The Late Late Show.
Michelle Obama’s advice to her younger self offers some good life lessons and even a shout-out to asking questions.
I don’t necessarily associate health clubs with questioning—or with innovation, for that matter. But Anytime Fitness enlightened me…
We’re running away from our own thoughts during these “too busy” days. If you’re afraid of the void, here’s why to fill it with a question.
One question could help you make simple, but meaningful, improvements in your work and life. Interviews with authors A. J. Jacobs and Caroline Arnold.