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What if we used questioning more in our personal lives?

Is questioning the starting point of creativity?

Is questioning the starting point of creativity?

Neuroscientist Susan Greenfied offers a view inside the creative mind.

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Welcome to the “Age of Adaptability”

Welcome to the “Age of Adaptability”

People who used to be comfortably ensconced in the role of “expert” didn’t have to question; they had the answers, they possessed the knowledge. But what happens when you live in a time when much of that knowledge is subject to constant change, revision, or even obsolescence? Well, then you can’t be a comfortable expert anymore—you must be a restless learner.

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If not you, then who?

If not you, then who?

Entrepreneur Mick Ebeling makes a difference by taking ownership of big questions.

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The power of “Vuja De”

The power of “Vuja De”

Can a shift in perspective help us to become better questioners? We’ve all heard of déjà vu. This is the opposite.

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How do you get people to care about water?

How do you get people to care about water?

Matt Damon and Gary White know.

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What if we had a health care system instead of a ‘sick care system?’

What if we had a health care system instead of a ‘sick care system?’

An imaginary prize inspires this and other questions In an interesting recent article in the New York Times headlined “Imaginary Prizes Take Aim at Real Problems,” the reporter J. Peder Zane approached a number of MacArthur Foundation fellowship winners—i.e., people who are doing groundbreaking work on various important issues—and asked them the following beautiful question: […]

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How can we use questioning to better connect with others?

How can we use questioning to better connect with others?

Don’t tell people what they need. Ask.

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What is your sentence?

What is your sentence?

A favorite question of author Daniel Pink about finding and living your purpose.

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